UK Acoustic Rock Trio WILDWOOD KIN To Release Self-Titled 2nd LP on October 4 via Silvertone/Sony

Group Consists of Sisters' Emilie (Guitar) & Beth (Bouzouki/Keyboards) Key and cousin Meghann Loney (Drums). Features "Never Alone" (Produced by Ed Harcourt), "Beauty in Your Brokenness," "All on Me" & "Time Has Come" (Produced by Ian Grimble)
LOS ANGELES - Sept. 30, 2019 - PRLog -- Burgeoning acoustic-rock trio, Wildwood Kin return October 4 with their self-titled second album via Silvertone Records/Sony. Completely fulfilling the band's artistic vision, it's as natural as it is accomplished. The trio's vocals harmonize effortlessly, there are shades of Simon & Garfunkel, Bear's Den and early Fleet Foxes in the beautifully gentle folk rock melodies, and its lyrics address profound themes like love, loss and spirituality.

Completed by Meg's cousins, the Key sisters Emillie (guitar) and Beth (bouzouki, keyboards), Wildwood Kin are a band of equals with each member contributing equally. This time around they delved deeper into their sound by experimenting with a variety of co-writers across sessions in Los Angeles, Nashville and Oxfordshire. These included Gabrielle Aplin on 'Wake Up Sleeper', Angelo Petraglia (Taylor Swift, Kings of Leon) on 'All On Me' and Alex Davies (Sigrid, Birdy) on 'Signals', with Ian Grimble (Bear's Den, Catfish & The Bottlemen) on production duties.

The songs are all built around messages that Wildwood Kin believe in. The warm-hearted 'All On Me' is similar in spirit to 'The Weight' by The Band, a song about sharing the load with someone. 'The Crown' addresses the rise of political showmen, and asks if any would actually stand up for what they believe if their power was stripped away. The strident 'Time Has Come' is both a female empowerment anthem and a reminder to not let yourself be crushed by circumstance, while the intimate acoustic lament 'Beauty In Your Brokenness' is about self-acceptance.

That connection, acceptance and, ultimately, love is captured throughout this beautifully reflective album. It is a tonic for our times.

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8th - Manchester, UK, Night & Day Café
11th - London, UK, Omeara
12th - Bath, UK, Moles
13th - Cardiff, UK, Glee Club
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18th - Brighton, UK, Komedia
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