Wavves became a sensation in the world of indie music after creating two albums’ worth of naïve punk rock recorded behind frontman Nathan Williams’ parents’ San Diego home. At the beginning of 2010, Nathan made the Wavves album,King of the Beach. Unlike Wavves’ previously released material, recorded in haphazard bursts on Williams’ laptop, the album was toiled over for three months at the world-renowned Sweet Tea Recording, in Oxford, Mississippi. The Green Label Sound single “Post Acid” from that critically-acclaimed full-length album was the first look at an evolved Wavves sound.


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