Following their debut single ‘Hourglass’, Wild Tales come back swinging with second single ‘Burn It To The Ground’.
“Burn It To The Ground is a short sharp punk-inspired pop tune which addresses the unchanging dirge of Western politics and tips it’s hat to both Bill Hicks and Donnie Darko” says vocalist and guitarist Adam Rains,
”This time we have the single studio version but rerecorded the audio with the video as a live performance at the awesome Decimal Studios, run by good friend Chris Coulter. Chris has perfectly captured the energy of the live performance, whilst keeping the tight sound of a pro recording to really showcase the band’s strengths.” adds Rob from Lockjaw Records.
Delivering another load of hooks and awesome gritty but polished premium riffage, this is another track that will slip into the playlists and heads of the listeners.
Wild Tales fuse math-rock and indie influences with pop sensibilities and big choruses, to create a refreshing sound that’s both accessible and musically interesting. They’ll appeal to fans of early Thrice, Marmozets, Biffy Clyro or The XCERTS. Rooted in a close friendship, Wild Tales formed as a new creative outlet for past members of alt-rockers Trails and Atiptoe.
If you missed the last single Hourglass go check it out HERE. Both clips were created by Skyline Futures, the videography side-project of Lockjaw’s Rob Piper, which he runs with friend Freddie Cardew-Smith.
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Hourglass is available on Bandcamp, iTunes, Spotify, Deezer and other online music services.
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