Wild Wing’s fourth record New Futures is the epitome of eclectic rock-and-roll. Growing up together in Los Angeles, band members David Gantz, Max Garland, Zach Miller, and Theo Cohn continue to display an unbreakable bond as well as showcase their musical talents as a bonafide rock band.

The record completely redefines the rock genre by including punk, pop, and electronic influences that as jarring as they are the perfect match for each individual song. From the electronica instrumental of “Futures (Intro)” to the screamo sounds of “Triumph” to the rock-and-roll anthem of “Momma’s Got a Brand New Bag” to the country twang of “Ontario,” each song takes you to a whole other place, which is essentially what makes Wild Wing so wild in their approach to music. Their openness towards experimentation allows for New Futures to capture the essence of true rock-and-roll.

Be sure to check out New Futures for yourself, and keep up with Wild Wing here.

Karina Marquez

Karina Marquez

Writer at Imperfect Fifth
Karina is a recent graduate of University of Missouri with a BA in Communication, English, and Psychology. She is currently working as a writer/contributor at Imperfect Fifth. In her free time, she travels, watches old sitcoms, and tries her best.
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