HAWAI Premieres Acoustic “Fault” Live Video

Premiering via Impose Magazine, fast-rising atmospheric indie rock band Hawai releases its breathtaking, stripped down live video of their song, “Fault.” The recording is part of their new upcoming series of releases, Live from the Red Room, featuring acoustic renditions of songs from their EP Working All Night released earlier this summer. Hawai will make their SXSW debut in March and have plans for another big release coming soon.

WATCH HERE the live video via Impose Magazine.

The Live from the Red Room collection started as Hawai had been working on stripped-back renditions of their songs from their debut EP, later approaching their friends in Switchfoot to use their private studio and record the session. In the original songs, recorded in Cold War Kid’s studio in San Pedro, CA with producer Lars Stalfors (Cold War Kids, Deap Vally), the band captured their native Southern California sound with beachy gusts of guitars and keys, energetic beats and expansive vocals. CLICK HERE to watch the cinematic music video for their single “In My Head,” which reached #4 on Hype Machine and impacted across the country now with plays on KROQ, Alt 98.7, WXPN, Live 105 and more.

WATCH the original music video for “Fault,” featuring Matt Maust (Cold War Kids) creating the Working All Night cover artwork.

About RJ Frometa

Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

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