Wild Youth – ‘Through The Phone’

Rising Irish indie-pop band Wild Youth are back with their latest release, Through the PhoneThe latest in their series of incredible releases this year, and the follow on from their previous single Next To You; Through the Phone is the latest example of the band’s artistic skill and talent. A gentle, yet up-tempo pop track; the song showcases the dynamic and captivating sound and energy Wild Youth have become known for. 

Introducing the track is a soft, melancholic piano instrumental; building to a vibrant and anthemic chorus, with the soundscape featuring a mass of acoustic guitars and up-tempo pop beats. Their second single of the year, the song draws upon the universal and relatable narrative of trying, and the difficulties of, staying connected with loved ones despite physical distance; capturing the profound loneliness many are current experiencing, brought on by this year’s global quarantine

This year more than any other, we’ve all felt some form of separation. Through the phone is a song we wrote about that, a song about being away from someone you love. A song about letting them know your love is stronger than ever, and to focus on the good times when you’re together.

Wild Youth speaking about Through the Phone,

Placing their stamp firmly upon the music scene, Wild Youth have gone from strength to strength, and shown no signs of slowing down. Garnering a mass of success over the past few years, reaching over 7 million streams on Spotify alone with their singles Making Me Dance and Can’t Move On; they are undoubtedly an exciting artist to watch. 

With a penchant for sonic risk-taking, and constantly evolving their sound and style; 2020 has proven to be a big and successful year for the band. To follow their upward trajectory, find them on all their socials @bandwildyouth and check out our previous post on Next To You, here

Posted By Stevie Carter

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