Wilder Sons - "If It's Wrong, I Don't Want to Be Right"
Wilder Sons’ recent single “If It’s Wrong, I Don’t Want to Be Right” is an endearing tale of a timeless love that continues to flourish and bloom as the years go on.
Brian Blount (Vox/Guitar), Jake Rubinton (Vox/Guitar), Wes Mitzelfeld (Drums) and Dan Spring (Bass) are a rising pop-rock band out of Southwest Florida. In their releases, you’ll find that they are consistently developing their distinct sound and style. While they do have elements of the alt/pop rock genre that many of us know and love, Wilder Sons seem to be successfully paving their own path.
“If It’s Wrong, I Don’t Want to Be Right” is filled with vivid and dreamy storytelling that reflects on the sweet moments in a relationship. The lyrics express that even as time passes, you continue to fall for this person over and over again. There are hints of nostalgia throughout the track when reminiscing, and then coming back to the present where you realize that those sentiments haven’t changed or faded.
The instrumentation really captures the excitement and passion of being in love. Even within the vocals there is such charm and sincerity. This song really allows the listener to get swept into the romance and envision themselves as the main character in the story. It could easily be in the soundtrack of a movie. By the way, check out their incredible music video.
Wilder Sons is the type of band that you come across and you immediately connect with them. The relatability and authenticity in their lyricism draws people in and keeps them hooked. What they’ve got going on is truly impressive, and we can’t wait to hear more from them.
Alex Kilgore, Untold Music Promotion