Listen: Wyland Shares “Lights Go Dark” // New EP Out In March

Mike Mehalick November 16, 2016 News No Comments


We’ve seen plenty of NJ-based rockers Wyland out gigging in the NY/NJ scenes over the past year and change. Now, the band is setting its sights on a big 2017 with the forthcoming Snake Hill EP coming down the pike in March.

Teaming with our friend Pat Noon over at EightSixteen Studios, Wyland now emerge with new single, “Lights Go Dark.” On the track, Wyland hit all the right soaring alt-rock sweet spots as Ryan Sloan takes a wistful stock of life’s rich pageant.

“I feel like there are moments in life where things spontaneously come together in such way that you can’t help but look up and say ‘thank you’. This song was one of those moments. You know, we live our lives like many people do. We wake up, we go to work and then we come home, sometimes defeated. Then we spend the night dreaming of what and who we want to be. This song is about adventuring out and becoming that what and who.”

Stream Wyland’s “Lights Go Dark” below and be sure to look for a lot more from them, including a run down to SXSW, early next year.

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