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What You Wanted

by Wild Powwers

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  • Record/Vinyl + Digital Album

    First Pressing! Beautiful transparent fuchsia vinyl with multi-colored splatter matching the "What You Wanted" album artwork. Comes with double-sided lyric sheet insert. 110 of this variant pressed, available exclusively through Nadine Records.

    Includes unlimited streaming of What You Wanted via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
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    First pressing! Beautiful colored vinyl with double-sided lyric sheet insert. Current available variants are opaque orange, opaque white or sea glass green. If you have a color preference please let me know and I will do my best to accommodate it!

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...Sucks 03:45 video
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Bone Throw 03:23
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Decades 04:08 video
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Chrome 04:12
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Tricky 04:15
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Pygmalion 04:19
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Pageant 04:17
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SJR 03:38
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Trans Am 04:22

about

"As they always have, the band goes a long way on personality and making their songs as outstanding as possible. In the case of "What You Wanted", it comes from the members drawing from deep inside themselves to stack skyward riffs and its megaton rhythm section on top of ruminations on depression, Greek mythology, toxic modes of thinking, and brushing against death in Texas while on a marathon tour. (The latter an extreme circumstance of doggedly and sometimes exasperatedly living the life of a musician, another of the song’s topics.) The band wrangles their sound masterfully yet again here, pushing forward on "Bone Throw," showing a tender side of themselves on "Decades," and scaling toward arena anthem status on "Tricky." Wild Powwers have never shied away from the concept of writing all-caps SONGS, and on their fourth full-length outing, they put their best foot forward in the realm of songcraft." -Martin Douglas, Throwaway Style KEXP

Wild Powwers are a dynamic trio who come from the dark, dank corners of a basement in Seattle, WA. Throughout their several years relentlessly writing and touring as a band, they have grown their sound using the vastly different influences in their lives. They are often challenging themselves to write something completely different from the song before, and their upcoming album “What You Wanted” is the best representation of who they are and what they bring to the table yet. Produced by Sam Bell, (R.E.M., Minus the Bear, Weezer, Taylor Swift), and mastered by Ed Brooks, (Pearl Jam, Death Cab For Cutie, R.E.M.), "What You Wanted" runs the gamut from straight up punk rock ("Real Deal Phil" and "Pageant") to strangely beautiful psychedelia ("Tricky" and "Chrome"). Cathartic angular rock (“Sucks”) intersects with gorgeous, shimmering melancholy (“Decades”) and the many melodic shades in between. Showing a wide array of influences skillfully blended into a sound all their own; this album is a beautiful journey. Honest, raw, and relatable - it's "What You Wanted."

"Seattle three-piece Wild Powwers can bring the hammer down with the best of them. The power trio hits with an attack that slams riot grrrl energy, power pop, and heavy-assed garage grunge together to exhilarating effect. Wild Powwers latest album will be embedded in a lot of Best- of- PNW music lists for 2021- ours absolutely included."
-Tony Kay, Artist Home

“The sort of carefree grunge riff-rock that gets better the dirtier it gets. Each layer of meticulously gnarly distortion, each off-kilter lyric, drenched in garage-echo reverb, is pure Pacific Northwest filth” - KEXP.

credits

released April 23, 2021

Lara Hilgemann- guitar, vox
Lupe Flores- drums, vox
Jordan Gomes- bass, baritone

Recorded, produced and mixed by Sam Bell
Mastered by Ed Brooks at Resonant Mastering
Artwork and layout by Eric Fisher
Insert photo by Jasmine Kara
Vinyl lacquers cut by Amy Dragon at Telegraph
Vinyl pressed at Cascade Record Pressing

"...Sucks" and "Decades" videos by Ron Harrell

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