Published May 01, 2015Self-described "full-stack folk" act Cold Water recently released the digital edition of their self-titled debut, with plans to issue it on vinyl later this month. Ahead of its arrival, the band have shared a music video for their song "Low Everlasting."
The clip, which was directed by Ramble Films, takes place at dusk in an industrial neighbourhood of Calgary. Frontman Kevin Stebner cruises around on his bike as he delivers the lyrics, zooming past deer and debris before swiping some poor sap's Slurpee. Eventually, the video reaches a satisfying conclusion as he teams up with the rest of Cold Water to jam out the rest of the song.
Watch the clip for "Low Everlasting" below.
As previously reported, Cold Water will celebrate their album's release with a special "revue" on May 16 at Calgary's National Music Centre. Inspired by The Last Waltz, that show will see them collaborating with a multitude of local bands.