Whether it's a big festival night or an intimate acoustic session, the feeling transmitted to the audience is always the same. There's a heavy emphasis on emotion, progression and the modern human condition, with the band effortlessly shifting between Rock, Post-Rock, Neo-Soul, and Folk, underlining the versatility and passion that punctuates their art.
Don't be surprised if you catch yourself singing along in no time; such is the relatable and authentic nature of their words.
Southern Wild has come a long way in four years, and a recently signed five-year development deal with legendary producer Theo Crous means that more growth is in the pipeline. Cop their new single, “We Don’t Get Out Alive”, a hard-hitting, progressive Rock anthem taken from their highly-anticipated sophomore release, “The Art of Feeling Nothing", a record that showcases more of that trademark Southern Wild energy and authenticity.
Ironically, feeling nothing doesn't seem to be an option for these guys.
Written by James Freemantle