Ariel Wang | Montagues and Catapults

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Montagues and Catapults

by Ariel Wang

Alt folk song with driving strings with a touch of metal influence.
Genre: Folk: Folk-Rock
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Her first single off her new full-length, “Montagues and Catapults”, was released on June 7, 2019 at a secret house show with notable Bay Area bands Whiskerman, La Dee Da, and Little Arcs. The song is a call for the disaffected and disillusioned to lay down their walls and cross picket lines so they can join to fight the true poisons of our society - greed, vitriol, dishonesty, gluttony, environmental destruction - with compassion, patience, generosity, and gratitude.

After almost a decade since the inception of her first grassroots EP, Ariel Wang has come into herself as an artist and musician with the writing and recording of her new upcoming full-length, “Bridges,” set to come out September 14, 2019. Her music pulls from a deep grounding in folk with traces of metal, western classical music, and progressive rock, growing from her latest EP, “Cat Faze.” With splashes of bowed banjo and thumping cello, complex string arrangements and acoustic guitar, the styles are wide-ranging from tunes which call to the Appalachians to odd-metered psychedelic numbers while her unique voice threads the songs into a narrative about love, loss, trauma, joy, and growth. Unafraid of pushing boundaries, yet tied firmly to her roots, Wang’s songs break the bonds of genre while remaining timeless gems. Recorded at New, Improved Studio in Oakland with some exceptional Bay Area talent, the sounds are wide-ranging but connected, passionate and grounded.



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