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Wild Year

 

 

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Wild Year, the four-piece indie electro-pop band from Los Angeles, is back with the release of their latest single, "The Economics of Emotional Labor". The quartet consists of Cole on vocals, Will on bass, Ajay on drums, and Hunter on guitar. Together they provide an ethereal new wave sound perhaps best described as Beach House meets Pretenders. "The Economics of Emotional Labor" is a song about not giving up on what you want out of life, even if the process to attain it costs more emotional pain than any one person should bare. It's a song about love, loss, dreaming big, and everything in between. Take a listen to "The Economics of Emotional Labor," and sneak it into your 2017 playlist.

 

 

MEMBERS

Cole Morrall - Vocals

Will Volkmann - Bass

Hunter Gurney - Guitar

Asher Young - Keys

Ajay Awasthi - Drums

 

 

 

 

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DISCOGRAPHY

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Meanwhile... (Little Spark)

(single)

 

 

Columbian Necktie

(single)

 

 

The Economics of Emotional Labor

(single)

 

 

 

Twitching + Teasing

(single)

 

 

Creatures

(LP)

 

 

 

PRESS HIGHLIGHTS

 

“Soaring vocals, shimmering guitars, and brisk percussion makes for... enticing wistful, nostalgic synth-pop" - Obscure Sound

 

"Playfully sparkling from beginning to end, the track’s shine hails from their new-wave roots that gently softens the origin of not giving up on what you want out life and the love and loss that comes from the dream." - Girl Underground

 

"A propulsive jam about the cost of caring and might just help you do better in this dimension." - Buzz Bands LA

 

"Dreamy guitar chords, entrancing synths, and reflective vocals combine for an atmosphere dripping in melancholic nostalgia." - Happy Pairing

 

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