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The Wild Reeds (Dualtone)
3/13/17

WHAT IT IS: The Wild Reeds’ sound is highlighted by the interweaving vocal harmonies of three phenomenally talented front-women—Kinsey Lee, Sharon Silva and Mackenzie Howe—who swap lead vocal duties and shuffle among an array of acoustic and electric instruments. They are backed by Nick Jones (drums) and Nick Phakpiseth (bass). Each with their own style, the group’s three songwriters make music that is dynamic and unpredictable. They write lyrics and melodies with the thoughtfulness of seasoned folk artists and perform with the reckless enthusiasm of a young punk band in a garage. Warm acoustic songs and harmonium pump organ seamlessly give way to fuzzed-out shredding and guitar distortion.
ALBUM: The World We Built
RELEASE DATE: 4/7
SINGLE: “Only Songs”
LIVE: Headlining now through SXSW; going back out to headline in April/May
INTERNET: Key Spotify playlists include Folk Rock Chill, The New Retro, Undercurrents, Fresh Folk
RADIO: Early AAA radio support at WRLT, KCSN, KUTX, KEXP, KCMP, WXPN, KXT, KGSR, WAPS, WCNR, WFUV, World Café, Birmingham Mountain Radio, KRSH, KINK, KJAC, WCBE, more
PRESS: NPR Tiny Desk, NPR premiere of “Only Songs”; Rolling Stone (March 2017 “10 Artists You Need To Know”)
BOOKING: Trey Many/Billions
PUBLISHING: Dualtone Songs
MANAGEMENT: Dave Grazynski/Congress + Main