Wilder Woods Wilder Woods
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- 1Light Shine In03:55
- 2Sure Ain't03:11
- 3Someday Soon04:24
- 4Supply & Demand03:16
- 5Electric Woman02:57
- 6Mary, You're Wrong03:36
- 8Hillside House03:48
- 9What Gives You The Right02:49
Info for Wilder Woods
Like a vintage Eldorado retrofitted with a 21st century engine, Wilder Woods introduces himself today with two tracks that speak to the project’s brilliant duality. Simultaneously vulnerable and self-assured, the songs reflect a rich well of experience and a bold new artistic leap, pairing intimate, introspective lyricism with effortless swagger and monster hooks.
“There are two distinct sides to this music,” he says. “There’s the Wilder side, which is all about love and flirtation and desire; and the Woods side, which is more serious and reflective. We all contain multitudes, and you have to recognize and honor all the different parts of yourself if you ever want to feel whole.”
The funk-infused, vocally-charged “Sure Ain’t,” roars out of the gate, while internalized doubt and shame contend on the haunting ballad “Someday Soon.” Both tracks were recorded at Layman Drug Company studios in East Nashville with Gabe Simon (Dua Lipa, Jai Wolf) producing, and a top-shelf cohort of contributing co-writers and supporting musicians including: Trent Dabbs, Carson Cooley, Ian Fitchuk (Kacey Musgraves), The Watson Twins and more.
“This music represents something totally fresh and new for me,” Wilder Woods continues. “I’ve heard that wisdom comes from love and experience, but I don’t think you can understand either one unless you’re willing to take a chance and dive headfirst into the unknown.”
Wilder Woods, vocals
“I’ve heard that wisdom comes from two things: traversing the peaks and valleys that surround falling in, being in and staying in love, as well as good ol’ fashioned experience, the repetitions and mistakes it takes to achieve excellence,” says Wilder Woods, “but I don’t think you can understand either love or experience unless you’re willing to take the first step out of the “comfortable” and dive headfirst into the unknown.”
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