Likewater is 'two souls touching' through a life-long journey of self-exploration. In the same tradition of bands such as U2, Depeche Mode and R.E.M., Likewater is in search of answers to life's and death's questions by interpreting their own experiences and expressing them through song, melody and evocative imagery. Likewater is a concept from the Tao Te Ching, by Lao Tsu, which means 'the way'. Likewater flows in the lowest places, it takes the shape of any container and it is one of the strongest elements, wearing away rock over time. This concept is where lead vocalist, Jennifer Claveau and guitarist, Eric Newby, began their love affair with music and each other. It's been a year since the couple officially split from a twelve year high-school sweetheart affair, but they remain musically married. Their ability to move forward and remain positive about their new relationship speaks to the power of the music they believe in and love to create. At the core, Likewater is a songwriting duo. But more recently, Likewater has become a full band with John Campbell on bass guitar and Adam King on Drums. The band provides a full blend of sound and more robust version of the duo, bringing out their Canadian roots rock and pop influences, from the Skydiggers and Tragically Hip to Sarah McLachlan. The versatility of Likewater is a testament to the quality of their songs. The way they craft their songs allows Likewater the freedom to perform solo, with Jennifer Claveau on rhythm guitar and vocals, as a duo with Eric Newby on electric guitar or as a full band with bass and drums. They have performed at a wide variety of venues, from coffeehouses to large festivals.