Listen: Wavves team up with Culture Abuse on ‘Up and Down’

Wavves team up with Culture Abuse on ‘Up and Down’

Wavves are currently on a co-headlining tour of North America with Joyce Manor.

Earlier in the year, Wavves released their latest album ‘You’re Welcome’ on their own label Ghost Ramp, and just last month unveiled new track ‘The Lung’ as part of Adult Swim’s Singles Program.

Now they’ve teamed up with California-based band Culture Abuse for a new track. ‘Up and Down’ is less than two minutes of poppy, scuzzy goodness that still manages to fit in some darker lines in amongst its buoyant riffs.

Culture Abuse are also set to join Wavves for selected dates on their co-headlining tour around North America with Joyce Manor, which is currently underway and rounds off in late November.

Earlier in the year we caught up with Nathan from Wavves to talk about ‘You’re Welcome’, and how they set up their new label, Ghost Ramp. Catch up here.

Listen to ‘Up and Down’ below.

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