It’s an upbeat, piano-driven four-chorder topped off with some nice vocal interplay familiar to anybody who listened to pop rock in the 1990s
“Our sound really changed for the best, and we’ve become much more harmonious.”
“All these things happen because I put myself out there.”
Onstage, the band’s side-by-side set-up represents more than comfort
“I was raised with rhythm in my blood.”
“My main goal with the label was to foster as much creativity and collaboration as I could.”
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A portion of sales of the beer will be donated by Penn Brewery and Spirit to mitigate the recording expenses of Wild Kindness artists.
“We definitely aimed to have the lineup be a bit more diverse, since we’re very tired of the boys’ club.”
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