It was in late 2017, Toronto’s Shallow Waves started to move away from its alternative/60s garage rock origins to refocus towards their current sonic identity . Taking a cue from known contemporary bands (Wand, Flying Colours, The Black Angels), as well as, Toronto’s local psychedelic scene, marked Shallow Waves’ transition into a heavier shoegaze influenced psychedelic direction. This change also provided a different shift in the band’s writing process, with all four members contributing, whereas previously, songs were predominantly written by founder Zaid Khan. Now in 2019, Shallow Waves are releasing a new single “Shapes” showcasing their new output, which will be part of their upcoming 2nd full length, a follow up to their 2015 debut alternative garage rock album “Situations”. The single itself was recorded in several studios within Toronto including Taurus Recordings (Metz, Sheepdogs, Fucked Up). Aiming for a May 3rd release on a majority of online platforms, Shallow Waves is very excited in sharing their new single and sound.
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