Vetiver: Everyday People

Vetiver finally feeling the love: Aidin Vaziri | On one of those rare recent sun-drenched San Francisco mornings, Vetiver front man Andy Cabic sank into a chair outside a coffee shop on Clement Street, just around the corner from his flat. “Now this is my kind of interview,” he said, sipping from his tumbler. If anyone needs a minute to catch his breath, it’s Cabic. Vetiver is about to release its fourth studio album, “Tight Knit,” and, in stark contrast to the pastoral music it makes, the band’s schedule has been unrelenting. Last month, the group played nine shows in 3 1/2 days at the annual South by Southwest music festival in Austin, Texas, stopping for gigs at various destinations along the way. “I lost my voice before we even got there,” Cabic said. Continue reading.

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