Water From Your Eyes is a pop/dance project created in July 2016 by Nate Amos (Grandpa Bay Recordings, Opposites, This Is Lorelei) and Rachel Brown (Thanks For Coming). The band’s eponymous debut exhibits influences ranging from New Order and Talking Heads to Deerhoof and Stereolab. The full-length “Long Days, No Dreams” expands upon these influences but incorporates elements of soft rock, 70’s album pop, and alt-country, while the third and fourth releases see the pair adding bits of post-rock, indie pop, and soundscape recordings. The duo consistently leaves the listener to dance in familiar but uncharted territory. The music itself is composed and performed by Amos, while the vocals are written collaboratively and performed by Brown. The pair live and eat lots of Chinese food together in Brooklyn, NY.