NYC punk/rock n roll band WYLDLIFE recently dropped their latest album Year Of The Snake via Wicked Cool Records and a music video for their single "Kiss and Tell".
Year Of The Snake was recorded in late 2019 at Renegade Studios in NYC and was produced by guitarist Sam Allen along with Geoff Sanoff, the engineer known for his work with Bruce Springsteen, Fountains Of Wayne, Dashboard Confessional and others. This album is a blend of catchy riffs and choruses with charming specific lyrics. To add to the mix, it's heavily 70s punk, glam, and power pop influenced. After long-anticipated wait following their debut "Out On Your Block", it was well worth it.
Of the video, frontman Dave Feldman tells Inked Magazine: "The concept was made by the director, and our friend, Randy Slavin. It's been about 10 years since we've worked with him, so I guess he let all these weird fucked up ideas marinate in his head. We shot this without any permits and were constantly looking over our shoulders for cops/cyclists/joggers who would be like, 'What the fuck?' I mean, we had toy guns but they look pretty realistic."
Stream the new album 'Year Of The Snake' here.
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