A Life Worth Living
‘A Life Worth Living’ paints a beautiful narrative which immerses the listener in to the soundtrack of a classic love film. Easy listening, with the music brewing hints of soul and R&B..
Continuing her latest studio collaboration with The Sequence Band, Heather Waters’ new single ‘A Life Worth Living’ paints a beautiful narrative which immerses the listener in to the soundtrack of a classic love film. With the music brewing hints of neo-soul and urban R&B, Heather’s distinctive voice still grounds it to the familiar sounds of her previous work. The song starts with simplicity and spaces and takes the listener on a journey with guitarist Ben Badenhorst’s guitar wizardry luring the you in before it explodes into an almost ‘American Gospel Choir’ feel of the 60’s, making you leap out of your chair to clap hands and sing out loud! This is definitely a more mature approach from Heather Waters in song-writing and production, an exceptional show of her latest offering in collaborations. Mixed & Mastered by Briers Coetzee & Darryl de Lange
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Heather Waters latest studio collaboration project with super group The Sequence Band, bring you a fusion of unforgettable melodic, pop-reggae with their new Single ‘Mozambiquan Rain’.
Heather Waters latest studio collaboration project delivers a fusion of unforgettable melodic, pop-reggae..
Hailing from the Western and Eastern Cape of South Africa, The Sequence Band burst onto the scene bringing their dynamic sonic skills to the stage supporting top national acts like PJ Powers and Mel Botes in South Africa and Africa. This super-groups latest studio project collaborates with popular South African folk rock singer song-writer and producer Heather Waters creating a timeless fusion of unforgettable melodic, pop-reggae with their new Single ‘Mozambiquan Rain’.
Expertly engineered and co-produced by one of South Africa’s top sound professionals, Briers Coetzee at Red Kite Studios on the Garden Route, South Africa. The Sequence Band is Gerchim de Bruin (Bass) Ruwayne Atties (Keys) and Sharlton Leo (Drums) Featuring Hanley Jumat on Guitar, Eugene van Pletzen on Percussion, Amanda Liwanga on Backing Vocals and Dave Watkyns on Trumpet. Song written and produced by Heather Waters
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Nothings Going to Stop Us
"Heather’s attitude and love for song puts her right up there with many musical greats. It’s like there’s a secret to unlocking a song, and she knows the answer."
"Heather’s attitude and love for song puts her right up there with many musical greats. It’s like there’s a secret to unlocking a song, and she knows the answer." ‘’Heather Waters is a touring Artist, with a powerful and uplifting acoustic folk/pop rock show. With over a decade of touring Heather's uplifting and unique sound is known from Cape Town to the shores of Corsica.
Castles & Towers
This 9-track album doesn’t let up for a second as it roller-coasters through a variety of inspired tracks, both familiar and fresh to fans of Waters’ previous work. Heather and her band’s far-reaching assortment of influences are bold and unflinching...
“Heather Waters is no stranger to the music scene. With over a decade of touring and performing under her belt — gracing stages both modest and mammoth along the way — Heather and her band of intrepid performers have been through a hell of a lot, much of which shines through in her latest full-length offering, Castles & Towers. The soon to be released 9-track album doesn’t let up for a second as it roller-coasters through a variety of inspired tracks, both familiar and fresh to fans of Waters’ previous work. From the gypsy-esque harmonies and grooves of Diamonds to the recognisable melody — yet totally new-fangled arrangement — of fan-favourite, Pick Daisies, right down to the surprising and outlandish distorted drive of the rock anthem, This Ship’s Not Sinking, Heather and her band’s far-reaching assortment of influences — musical,cultural and biographical — are bold and unflinching, and work perfectly in conjuring an equal tally of powerful emotions ”
The Campervan Collective, Vol. 1
'The Campervan Collective. Volume 1' was recorded in South Africa during 2011/12 . Waters' songs spread a message of inspiration, determination and love through her contagious melodies and beautifully crafted lyrics..
Waters' latest album 'The Campervan Collective. Volume 1.' is not to be missed! ''The buzz around Heather’s new album derives from the simple fact that she is a brilliant songwriter. Her songs and performances burn with the energy that was commonplace back in the 1960’s. Waters sings of ‘revolution’ and entertains audiences with her foot-tapping folk songs, satires, and lyrical humour in a style nostalgic and unique.
Every soul relates to her honest, captivating and catchy lyrics and her songs give you no choice but to feel your darkness and your light, to indulge and embrace in the honesty of that feeling and to really immerse yourself in the moment, in the experience.This is what music is all about.Heather’s attitude and love for song puts her right up there with many musical greats, it’s like there’s a secret to unlocking a song, and she knows the answer.