The Time Has Come To Rock And Roll by Wyldlife (New York, New York) *
Its finally here! The moment I’ve been waiting for, Wyldlife have released their latest album, The Time Has Come To Rock And Roll. Filled with catchy choruses and fast pace rhythms, Wyldlife have beautifully crafted an album for our generation. An album about going out, leather jackets and rock and roll. Easily some of the best lyrics I’ve heard in quite some time, these boys lay it out right in front of you. There is nothing to decipher, what you see is what you get. You don’t like it? Too bad. This is it, accept it or don’t. Whatever. They’re more interested in rocking out a live show than what you have to say about them. This is an album for those who miss the art of dancing and jumping at a gig, for those who miss being able to sing along with the band and for those who want to walk down the street with a slice of pizza in one hand and a new piece of vinyl in the other. In this case, make it this album. Yes, it’s on vinyl and yes, the record itself is green. Dave, Samm, Spencer and Russ are the four dudes ready to shake you up. Gone are the times of pretending to like a band because its “what everyone else likes” or because its “ironic”. No, no ,no. You won’t find any of that baloney here. This is rock and roll. End of story. @LeahLovecat
New York leather clad rock and rollers, Wyldlife, have wrapped up recording their sophomore album The Time Has Come To Rock and Roll. With extra heaping spoonfuls of sweaty rock and frenzied roll, Wyldlife are sure to please with this follow up to their beloved debut, simply titled Wyldlife. So yank your leather from the closet and prepare yourselves for what’s in store. Here’s a preview of whats yet to come. @LeahLovecat
(She’s Making Me) Nervous by Wyldlife (New York, New York)
I am in love with Wyldlife. Really, I am, this is a confession. There is something about them that just makes me wild….I really tried to avoid that, I swear. The punky four piece have just released their video for ‘(She’s Making Me) Nervous’, the second single off their debut album. The song itself is incredibly catchy, filled with raunchy guitars and clever similes. The video showcases the bands personalities perfectly, causing a ruckus in the supermarket, driving recklessly into the night. In a word: incredible. I can’t help but feel like I should yank out my leather jacket and hop in the back of their van, hopefully they accept me as one of their own. @LeahLovecat
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