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Graham Coxon and Rose Elinor Dougall first met in 2004 during a gig at Islington's the Buffalo Bar, in which Coxon was an attendee and Dougall was performing with the Pipettes. However, a brief chat and Dougall convincing Coxon to buy her a quadruple brandy and coke was the extent of that encounter. [2]

Within a week we were recording. Our work was exploratory. Two people asked questions of each other, and as a consequence the void became less yawning. Music was created, and these two voices in the songs became two people: Rose and I.” Similar tensions dominate The Waeve, shared values blurring what might otherwise be familiar, jarring styles. Indeed, given how Dougall specialises in ornate but soberly sophisticated pop and Coxon in, well, whatever takes his fancy, tension is its lifeblood. Trade-offs are rarely sanctioned, with this instead again about testing boundaries. So, a b Trendell, Andrew (6 September 2022). "Graham Coxon and Rose Elinor Dougall on their debut album as The WAEVE: "We asked: 'How could we forge forward through life?'"". NME . Retrieved 5 February 2023. Their first explorations opened up a sonic universe neither had expected to find. Initially drawing on a shared love of English folk music, storytelling and the associated landscapes of their beleaguered island, they discovered a shared need to shed themselves of poisons, heartbreaks and defeats through music. Then, one day in very early January we found ourselves slipping and sliding around Hampstead Heath in the mud, with the low-lying sun blinding us as we talked about ourselves and our lives. Something about Rose’s good humour and bright mischief made me feel a certain kinship toward her.

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Jones, Damian (24 October 2022). "Graham Coxon and Rose Elinor Dougall's the Waeve announce 2023 UK tour and share new single". NME . Retrieved 30 March 2023. The duo and album were first announced 20 April 2022 along with a standalone single called "Here Comes the Waeve". [4] [5] They also announced a second standalone single, "Something Pretty", on that day; the single was released on 5 May. [4] [6] Four more singles were released prior to the album: "Can I Call You" on 6 September, [7] "Drowning" on 24 October, [8] "Kill Me Again" on 29 November, [9] and "Over and Over" on 19 January 2023. [10] Music videos were released for "Can I Call You" and "Kill Me Again", both directed by David J. East. [9] [11] Mason, Julia (21 April 2022). "The Great Escape (11 – 12 May) unveils full festival and conference schedule". God Is in the TV . Retrieved 30 March 2023.

a b c d e f Seaman, Duncan (23 February 2023). "The Waeve: 'Some of the songs went on forever and are still probably going somewhere' ". The Yorkshire Post . Retrieved 30 March 2023. Rettig, James (6 September 2022). "The Waeve – "Can I Call You" ". Stereogum . Retrieved 5 February 2023.Trendell, Andrew (20 April 2022). "Graham Coxon and Rose Elinor Dougall team up to form The WAEVE". NME . Retrieved 5 February 2023. A deluxe version of the album was released on 27 March which includes four new songs. [12] Live [ edit ] Campbell, Lee (23 January 2023). "The WAEVE are drawing out the blood and guts of their influences". The Line of Best Fit . Retrieved 5 February 2023. a b c d Campbell, Lee (25 January 2023). "The Waeve are drawing out the blood and guts of their influences". The Line of Best Fit . Retrieved 5 February 2023. Selected items are only available for delivery via the Royal Mail 48® service and other items are available for delivery using this service for a charge.

Jones, Damian (24 October 2022). "Graham Coxon and Rose Elinor Dougall's The WAEVE announce 2023 UK tour and share new single". NME . Retrieved 5 February 2023. if the mood’s often ‘tasteful’ – a pejorative word previously used flippantly by Coxon to describe Dougall’s tastes – that’s never such that refined classiness can’t accommodate more mischievous tendencies.Graham Coxon and Rose Elinor Dougall Add Extra London Date for New Band the Waeve". The List . Retrieved 30 March 2023. As both Dougall and Coxon are Pisceans and their complicated feelings towards Britain inspired their music with numerous references in the lyrics to water and sea, they decided to call themselves The Waeve using the old English spelling. [4] Going public and releasing The Waeve (2022–present) [ edit ] Redfern, Mark (6 September 2022). "The Waeve (Rose Elinor Dougall + Graham Coxon) Announce Album, Share New Song "Can I Call You" ". Under the Radar . Retrieved 5 February 2023.



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