Water From Your Eyes Share New Video “Out There” + US Tour With Squid Next Month

January 24, 2024
Credit: Sophia Feuer and Tyler Macri




New York’s Water From Your Eyes closed out 2023 with an avalanche of well-deserved year-end praise for their Matador Records debut, Everyone’s Crushed, including mentions from The Guardian, NME, New York Times, Pitchfork, Rolling Stone, Vogue, Crack, Wired, and many more.

Now you can watch a brand new video for the still-very-fresh Everyone’s Crushed burner, ‘Out There’. The album is out now via Matador. Watch below.

From video directors Sophia Feur and Tyler Macri:

“When we heard “Out There” for the first time, we connected with its intensity, and the feelings of pent-up energy and confinement it inspired. When we got to talking with Rachel and Nate about their vision for the album we sensed an overlap between their music and our visual inclinations as filmmakers; decaying consumer destinations, shopping centers, fluorescent hallways, that sort of thing. Keeping all of that in mind, we decided to use an old family-owned pet store in Queens for our primary location. The animals and well-worn look of things brought the emotion of the song to life for us, and we were able to approach the video in much the same way we do our 16mm documentary work.”

Another striking video to accompany the consuming chaos of Water From Your Eyes and their track “Out There”. As complex as the creation, hypnotic and lasting. The tones resonate, loop and grow, the strings soar and cut through the atmosphere. Rachel channels this stirring sensitivity through the vocal notes and harmonies and the track conquers the audience’s world.

Next month, Water From Your Eyes will embark on a full US tour with Squid. These performances will formally debut the band’s new quartet lineup, featuring guitarist Al Nardo and drummer Bailey Wollowitz. They will remain on the road through much of the spring, including a US tour with Real Estate and appearances at Kilby Block Party, Primavera Sound, Best Kept Secret, and Wilco’s Solid Sound with further dates to be announced.


Jan-31 – Durham, NC @ Duke University

Feb-2 – Austin, TX @ The Parish %

Feb-3 – Dallas, TX @ Dada %

Feb-5 – Nashville, TN @ Basement East %

Feb-6 – Atlanta, GA @ Terminal West %

Feb-8 – Washington, DC @ 9:30 Club %

Feb-9 – Philadelphia, PA @ Union Transfer %

Feb-10 – Brooklyn, NY @ Brooklyn Steel %

Feb-14 – Boston, MA @ Paradise Rock Club %

Feb-15 – Montreal, QC @ Club Soda %

Feb-16 – Toronto, ON @ Phoenix Concert Theatre %

Feb-18 – Chicago, IL @ Thalia Hall %

Feb-19 – Minneapolis, MN @ Fine Line %

Feb-23 – Portland, OR @ Revolution Hall %

Feb-24 – Vancouver, BC @ Rickshaw Theatre %

Feb-25 – Seattle, WA @ The Crocodile %

Feb-27 – San Francisco, CA @ Regency Ballroom %

Feb-29 – Santa Ana, CA @ The Observatory OC %

Mar-1 – Los Angeles, CA @ The Belasco %

May-11th – Salt Lake City, UT @ Kilby Block Party

May-16 – Houston, TX @ White Oak Music Hall #

May-20 – Kansas City, MO @ The Truman #

May-21 – St Louis, MO @ Delmar Hall #

May-22 – Louisville, KY @ Whirling Tiger #

May-24 – Asheville, NC @ Orange Peel #

May-25 – Saxapahaw, NC @ Haw River Ballroom #

June-1st – Barcelona, SP @ Primavera

June-2nd – Barcelona, SP @ Primavera

June-6th – Porto, PT @ Primavera Porto

June-9th – Hilvarenbeek, NL @ Best Kept Secret

June-28-29-30 – North Adams, MA @ Wilco’s Solid Sound Festival

% w/ Squid

# w/ Real Estate

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