See Water Album Release Show

Music Farm Productions Present

See Water Album Release Show

TreeHouse, Of Good Nature, Whitehall

Fri, February 24, 2017

Doors: 7:30 pm / Show: 8:30 pm

Music Farm Charleston

Charleston, SC

$5 Student Ticket at Box Office & Door * $10 ADV * $15 DOS

This event is all ages

$3 Surcharge at the door for those under 21. Cash only.

See Water
See Water
See Water is the love child of reggae and punk rock. This up-and-coming band from Charleston, SC will take your ears on a roller-coaster ride through laid-back jams and hard-hitting rock riffs. Their style is similar to that of a mosh-pit on the beach at sunset. If their music was a cocktail, it would be a long island iced tea; at first you think, “There’s no way you can mix all of that together,” but sure enough, you take a sip only to find that it’s delicious and intoxicating.

See Water have been proving themselves in all their unorthodox glory at Music Farm Charleston and The Charleston Pour House, as well as numerous venues throughout the southeast and US Virgin Islands, while performing alongside acts like Badfish, Passafire, TreeHouse!, Fear Nuttin Band, and Sun-Dried Vibes. After their debut release, an acoustic EP entitled 'Diluted Acoustica', See Water began recording their first full-length album 'Hit The Moon' at Truphonic Recording Studios. The album captures the energy of a live See Water performance, with added elements from Charleston's own Ross Bogan (The Movement, Sol Driven Train, Long Miles), Parker DeWitt (Blue Dogs) and Walker Barnes (MooseKick), to name a few. 'Hit The Moon' is set to be released early next year and is led by the first action-packed rock-ska single, 'Echo', available now on iTunes and Spotify. In the meantime, we advise you to hop on the party wagon and join See Water's die-hard fans, the Squid Squad, at their next show.

"When you see a body of water, whether calm or violent, it makes you feel something, and that's what we're here to do."
TreeHouse
TreeHouse
TreeHouse! performs 150+ shows a year all over the Southeast region at festivals, conferences, city events, and venues like House of Blues and Music Farm with acts including The Wailers, Steel Pulse, SOJA, Pepper, Badfish, Passafire, The Movement, Ballyhoo!, and more. The TreeHouse! Crew is also notorious for thoroughly and extensively promoting its shows. Join the community!
Of Good Nature
Of Good Nature is an indie rock-reggae four piece that was formed in Charlotte, NC in 2011 by front-man, guitarist Cameron Brown and drummer Joey Vachon. Coming up in the thriving music scene in the Queen City has been vital to the band's early success, as well as the blending of rich musical styles which transcends rock-reggae with healthy doses of funk, jam and rock n' roll. It is not a stretch to say that Of Good Nature is fairly compared to bands like Dave Matthews Band and O.A.R. as they are to rock-reggae stalwarts like 311 and Dirty Heads.

Their 2011 debut album, Just Add Water (which won Indie-Ville Reggae Album of the Year, Nashville) was recorded as a three piece, but founding members, Brown and Vachon, knew that the inclusion of trombone would add elements to
their sound that would enable them to be more dynamic, both in writing and performing. Trombonist Brandon Hucks was welcomed to the band in 2013, to round out the lineup which already consisted of original members, Cameron Brown (lead vocals/guitar) and Joey Vachon (backup vocals/drums), along with Jon Reed (bass).

In the time between the release of Just Add Water and their sophomore album Life Worth Livin, Of Good Nature hit the road, touring the length of the East Coast, developing an ever-expanding fan base, all the while writing the songs that would eventually end up making it onto their sophomore album. Introspective, thoughtful, and eloquent lyrics pierce through well arranged musicianship, exampled here in Life Worth Livin... "Freedom is a way of expression, but this world's started to get a bit depressive. They trying to intercept the people's written message, abuse the technology we invented. Satellites record, people on the floor, living their life while they take a little more. Raising up the prices so no one can afford, the rich stay rich, the people stay poor."

On October 23rd 2015, Life Worth Livin debuted at #5 on the iTunes Top Reggae Album Chart. The band was featured in Irie Magazine : Cali Edition (Nov. 2015), scoring their own "Respect" multi-page write up; additionally, the title track was featured as The Pier's "Mp3 Leak of the Week" and several songs from the album are being spun on some of the most prominent internet radio stations. Life Worth Livin has received widespread praise from Of Good Nature's contemporaries, particularly Howi Spangler (Ballyhoo!) who had this to say about the title track single: "The intro guitar/bass riff has that 311-shuffle vibe that I like…I also like how the song goes more uptempo in the bridge, almost like a jam band. Then they bring it back down to finish it out. Nice to hear a solid American reggae rock song from an East Coast band. It's very easy to get cheesy with it and these guys don't go there with Life Worth Livin."

Of Good Nature has racked up an impressive touring resumé in their brief history, having played mainstream festivals such as Shamrock Fest (Washington, DC) and sharing the stage with major acts such as Sublime with Rome, Dropkick Murphys, Tribal Seeds, Keller Williams, The Movement, Ballyhoo!, Badfish, and many more.
Venue Information:
Music Farm Charleston
32 Ann St.
Charleston, SC, 29403
http://www.musicfarm.com/