On the 20th anniversary of their global hit “Indigo Girl” and 21 years after their first 2000 album release “In the Meantime”, “Elephant In The Room” is finally a new Watershed album that on the one hand builds on the class of the old records, but also picks up the signs and sounds of the present.
The first single “Undone” is a driving uptempo number about our new life as we know the world today, “it made me keep everything close to me out of the public eye and try to keep a smile on my lips. It has become a harsh reality in our lives” (CRAIG HINDS). “I wonder how the music plays, when everything is wrong”, “I wonder how the world will turn, when everything is burned” and “I wonder where the old man goes, to lighten up the world” are lyrics from “Undone”. It ends with “Smile at the sun, I’m undone”, with the question of when it will all end.
“Elephant In The Room” is a well-rounded new album from the band from South Africa that is well worth listening to throughout and will be released on all digital platforms as well as on CD and vinyl on the “ON STAGE records” label in early May 2021.
Watershed will be touring (Covid 19 permitting) in 2021 and 2022 both in South Africa and Europe to present the album live and of course to revisit their classics.
Stay tuned to eRadio to hear the new single!