Wild Sun

The Rhode Island group will be releasing their debut album Little Truths this month. Members of the group are Glenn Kendzia, Paul Fazio and Cameron Raubeson

The first single off the album is “Shy Hinges” a song that was written by vocalist Glenn Kendzia when Hurricane Sandy was hitting Rhode Island. “I was in my house looking out the window and strumming my guitar to keep calm. I was watching trees get blown to the point of breaking, and realized a tall old one in my backyard could easily crash into the house. I had to accept that no matter what happened I would be okay.”

He continued explaining, “The song is not about the storm or the house, but at the time I was in the thick of an awful, devastating breakup. I had to remind myself no matter what I got myself into I could still only go forward. It’s one of the few songs I remember the exact spot I was sitting, what I was thinking, and exactly how it all came together. It was a powerful, cathartic moment for me.”

Having listened to the eight tracks off the album, this is a very nice debut album. The single is good, but I think I liked “Amateurland” and “Fishbowl Town” the best, however overall I didn’t hear a bad song off the album.

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