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  1. 1.
    You Could Be Happy
  2. 2.
    Alive - Redream
  3. 3.
    Dark Matter
  4. 4.
    Mind Over Body / Slowdance
  5. 5.
    Quiet Violet - Redream
Wyldest is the musical project of London-based singer-songwriter-producer Zoe Mead, flanked by Mariin Kallikorm and Jack Gooderham.
Drawing on a wide range of influences from Depeche Mode and Talking Heads to Blonde Redhead and Siouxsie and the Banshees, Wyldest have been honing their unique brand of dream-pop out of initial bedroom recordings into more polished shoegaze-tinged outings, since meeting Hand In Hive Records at Green Man Festival in the summer of 2014.
Picking-up comparisons such as Daughter and Warpaint, the trio have always enjoyed a wide range of support from Radio 1's Huw Stephens, through online coverage from the likes of Pigeons and Planes, NME, Indie Shuffle and DIY to The Independent, The Telegraph and SPIN.
With two EPs and sold out London launch shows under their belt, Wyldest spent 2018 writing and recording their anticipated debut album in their Greenwich studio and still found time to enjoy triumphant trips to SXSW and The Great Escape. The outfit are remarkable self-sufficient, writing, producing, engineering and creating all artwork and videos themselves.
Mead’s stunning cover of “You Could Be Happy” - originally by Snow Patrol - was used in ITV2’s Love Island as Amy in July 2019 - taking the song to #2 on the UK Shazam Chart and #14 on the iTunes Chart and leading to a duet with Gary Lightbody at The Royal Albert Hall.
2019 ended with news of Redream Chaos, an ethereal reimagining of the band’s debut album released 6th March 2020.


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