First announced back in December of last year, the wait is finally over as Wæde Wätts’ debut album Avenoir is out now. Featuring 12 outstanding tracks, this album takes you on a journey through grooves and melodies like no other.
Album review of ‘Avenior’
Avenoir contains some firm fan favorites. Some of which have already seen tons of attention from audiences. Influences include the One Tree Hill inspired track “Peyton Sawyer”, the uplifting Trance track “Underdogs”, and the chillout atmospheric Deep House tune “Cerebral”.
This album has been a long time in the making. As such, the guys from Wæde Wätts have put their heart and soul into these productions. Enlisting the help from incredible artists such as Meredith Bull, Jon Fast, and Euphoric Nations to name a few. Each song offers something fresh and different. Ultimately, really showcasing Wæde Wätts’s skills, making this an album to play on repeat.
About Wæde Wätts
Wæde Watts have a music style that fuse Trance, Progressive and Deep House. Also, they have been stunning the charts with hits such as “Dysomina” and “Rise”. Individually they are known as Table 18 and Theølogy but together they bring their wealth of knowledge and talent and merge their styles harmoniously, the two have been supported by Cosmic Gate, JES, Dash Berlin, Above & Beyond, Fatum and many more.