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Wylder
"Ghosts"
Folk


Sweeter than candy.

It will take you back to the days of The Beatles and then whisk you away to heaven for tea with Lennon and Harrison - sadly you'll get kicked out for idolising them. 


Don't bother listening to this song if you've got or are prone to cavities, you'll be in for a painfully satisfying rush like you get every time your sweet tooth gets the best of you and you reach for your secret stash once again. To cut a long story short, listening to this song is like pulling teeth - you don't want to do it (because it makes the real world seem so dull afterwards), yet once you've done it you're so happy you are not even sorry you appreciate everything a little less than you did prior. If you're having a bad day and you need a quick pick-me-up this is not the song for you. This bad boy will take you so far away from your troubles you'll feel unsafe to go back. This is one of those records you'll probably want to reserve for very special occasions like your birthday, or Jesus' birthday. It's hard to say that about any song on the market today including old school records but that is the simple truth. Washington, US quartet, Wylder is about to release their second full length album and this is the first taste of it. If you've spent any time at all listening to popular music this decade you'll need to clean out your ears and forget about the best records you heard. Now hold on to the moment when the Q-tip hits your sweet spot and your toes are all curled up and then hit the play button just this one time, just to hear what you are in for before tucking it carefully away in your music collection for a really special occasion that is coming your way, fingers crossed.

Disclaimer: Q-tips are dangerous when used improperly, no matter how good they make you feel.



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