Water From Your Eyes’ Rachel Brown Announces New thanks for coming EP, Unveils Song

    thanks for coming, the songwriting project of Water From Your Eyes’ Rachel Brown, has announced a new EP titled What Is My Capacity to Love?. Following their 2022 compilation You Haven’t Missed Much, the EP comes out September 29 via Danger Collective. Listen to the new single ‘Loop’ below.

    Speaking about the new track and EP, Brown said in a statement:

    I wrote this song before most of the EP, and it’s funny because it predicted everything that ended up happening with this person I was involved with. A lot of the EP is sort of in the aftermath of the minor tragedy that played out with that relationship, but this song is the only one about it from before anything had even happened. I knew it wasn’t going to end well and I still just ran towards it as if there weren’t going to be consequences. I think more than anything, this song, this EP, even that relationship was less about the specific thing and more about the pattern of my behaviors. I was in this cycle of infatuation, disappointment, seeking out intimacy but never actually letting anyone in, etc. I found myself in the exact same situation I was always finding myself in and I kept telling myself that it was going to be different even though I hadn’t changed at all. Listening to it now, I just can’t help but think how right I was about it all, and how it would’ve been nice to be wrong. But everything happens for a reason, I’d like to think I finally got out of the loop.

    Check out our Artist Spotlight interview with Water From Your Eyes.

    What Is My Capacity To Love? EP Cover Artwork:

    What Is My Capacity To Love? EP Tracklist:

    1. Let It Be 10,000 Years (or Just 0.01 Cm From Each Other)
    2. Unlimited Love
    3. Loop
    4. Try Again
    5. Depends
    6. Postcard
    7. Melted
    8. Spotless Mind

    Konstantinos Pappis
    Konstantinos Pappis
    Konstantinos Pappis is a writer, journalist, and music editor at Our Culture. His work has also appeared in Pitchfork, GIGsoup, and other publications. He currently lives in Athens, Greece.

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