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Waxahatchee and White Lung frontwomen team up for acoustic 'Coast To Coast' – watch

The song first featured on Waxahatchee's 2013 album 'Cerulean Salt'

Waxahatchee's Katie Crutchfield and White Lung frontwoman Mish Way have teamed up to play an acoustic version of 'Coast To Coast', which originally featured on Waxahatchee's second album, 2013's 'Cerulean Salt'.

Click above to watch the performance, which was recorded for Noisey. Way and Crutchfield also collaborated on a version of White Lung's 'Wrong Star' for the session, which you can watch below.



Crutchfield recently revealed that she would be previewing the forthcoming new Waxahatchee album on the road in the United States this autumn. In a statement shared on Pitchfork, she explained that she had recently finished recording her third LP. She wrote:

I’m really looking forward to my upcoming tour this fall. I'm planning on playing songs from both my albums, as well as songs from a new album I just finished recording. I'll also be playing solo, which I'm really excited about. We chose most of the venues specifically because they're more conducive to a more intimate type of performance. When I first started playing these songs, I only toured solo and it's always so gratifying for me to perform that way again.


White Lung will tour the UK this November. They will play:

London Shacklewell Arms (November 3)
Brighton Green Door Store (4)
Manchester Soup Kitchen (5)
Glasgow Stereo (6)


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