Vetiver’s warm ’70s folk sound seems a perfect fit for an afternoon in the woods… San Franciscan Andy Cabic has led the band for more than a decade, during which he’s written appealing songs like the blissful “Current Carry,” which appears on the group’s (last) album, Complete Strangers. – NPR
The Vetiver sound was born in the early 2000s, when the band and fellow compatriots Joanna Newsom and Devendra Banhart would gather onstage and play together, guitars and banjo and drums and harp and all, as part of the newly forming psychedelic-folk movement.
In the ensuing years, the band has produced a diversity of sound, from light funk to power pop to folk rock to gentle tropicália.
Come experience this intimate engagement with Vetiver.