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Great Wilderness

by Great Wilderness

Female-fronted folk-rock from Portland, Oregon
Genre: Folk: Folk-Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. My Old Man
3:41 $0.99
2. Friends With Pain
3:17 $0.99
3. The Landing
3:59 $0.99
4. Driving Rain
3:37 $0.99
5. The Enemy
3:16 $0.99
6. February Fog
4:05 $0.99
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Album Notes
Within the last 4 years, Great Wilderness has hollowed out a timeless and resounding female-led indie rock sound that sprouted from their more acoustic folk music roots that they began receiving attention for in their first days.

Led by songwriters Jamie McMullen (vocals, electric guitar) and Emily Overstreet (vocals, keys, guitar), Great Wilderness easily connects with fans of Fleetwood Mac, Mazzy Star, and Heart. The duo’s harmonies are backed by tasteful arrangements on electric guitar by Jon Balsley, Joshua Kennedy on drums, and Corey Dieckman on bass.

In March 2011, the band received a huge response upon the release of their intimate debut folk EP ‘Rest’. The Portland Mercury compared the songwriting skills from the EP to the early strides of Portland songstress Laura Gibson. Now in 2013, the band has been turning up the volume and adding a twinge of psychedelic fuzz into their live sets. Their revived energy and sound on stage is gaining the band significant momentum with each new audience they play for.

In March 2012, Great Wilderness released a chilling single called ‘The Enemy’, which will be part of the band’s upcoming self-titled album (October 2013). The Mercury describes the single as a “striking, resonant piece with a chilly but completely involving sound.”

Great Wilderness has shared bills with the likes of MsMr, Of Monsters and Men, The Mowglis, Vetiver, Castanets, Lost Lander, Pure Bathing Culture, and Sea Wolf within the past year. They will be touring the West Coast in October.



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