Traveling forward under a clear sky, WILDHONEY pass under a series of constellations: first the Shangri-Las Nebula, then the rarely seen Cocteau Twins Hydra. Heard along the road through open windows, carols of Patsy Cline echo like siren songs. In their dark, lucid, and hook-heavy landscape, the group makes their own sense of the pop tradition, as heard on recent tours with Ceremony, Cloakroom, La Dispute, Spook School, and Eternal Summers. Many have noticed the band's energy and efforts, and it has earned them high praise from NPR, the Chicago Tribune, Noisey, Impose, and Brooklyn Vegan amongst others.
Here we have “The Forgotten Works”, the two EPs that started it all - a self-titled release (Nostalgium Directive) that showed off the band's heavy punk influences and first nervous forays into pop, and “Seventeen Forever” (Photobooth Records) on which the group advanced bravely forward, refining their sound and highlighting their catchy vocal melodies.
"Seventeen Forever" & "Wildhoney" EPs originally released here: