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    Wed, 08 Jul 2015 09:06:31

    Video Premiere: The Wyldz "Let It Go" -

    Listen to it now!

    It's time to "Let It Go." But this time it has nothing to do with Disney or Frozen. Instead, we bring the premiere of video for The Wyldz debut single "Let It Go" from their new album Interstellar Troubadours.

    So you could say that it's time to get "Wyldz," too!

    All we know about the song is this: It. Effing. Rocks.

    Some other fun tidbits? The album for the Paris-to-Austin rockers was recorded by Steve Albini, who lists Nirvana and Chevelle among his many impressive credits.

    Albini is a master of his craft and is known for making amazingly noisy records. And yes, this particular "Let It Go" has plenty of guitar grit and gnarly noise, which we absolutely love. But it's not unlistenable. It's totally digestible, even with all of its rough, jagged edges. It's deliciously noisy rock.

    "The video for 'Let it Go' represents a dream inside a child's mind," the band told us. "The child listens to music and is inspired to pursue their own creation of his/her Self. >>Let the Child Go Wyldz<< Dream without boundaries, keep faith in what you're dedicated to, and press on until You Live Your Dream."

    That's certainly quite a concept. Chew on that and absorb the audio and the visual with The Wyldz and "Let It Go."



    If you want more of The Wyldz in your life, you can watch the mini-documentary, The Wyldz Week in Studio with Steve Albini.

    A bird's eye view, if you will!



    Let it goooooooo!

    —Amy Sciarretto
    07.08.15


    'Interstellar Troubadours' from The Wyldz is available now.

    The Wyldz U.S. tour dates are at songkick.com.



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