W/Child

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With the release of their self titled debut EP, W/Child takes the best parts of a few classic genres and breeds a feel all it's own. Lush with addicting progressions, undertones of a brooding darkness, and persistent almost 90's alternative sound, the record boasts the aesthetic of alt pop rock anthems. 

The first single, “Innocent", immediately grabs you with it's infectious percussion work, followed by catchy vocal melody and chorus that sticks with you far after the track ends. Most important though is the songs ability to breathe and grow as it plays on. 


"The song reflects on how we are very much innocent and very much not innocent. The children of generation X. Musically it's the nostalgia of us being kids of the 80’s and 90’s, there are so many mediums right now trying to move forward but if we want to be honest after the 90’s where the fuck are we going? " explains  songwriter Sierra Swan of the bands single.

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With the release of their self titled debut EP, W/Child takes the best parts of a few classic genres and breeds a feel all it's own. Lush with addicting progressions, undertones of a brooding darkness, and persistent almost 90's alternative sound, the record boasts the aesthetic of alt pop rock anthems. 

The first single, “Innocent", immediately grabs you with it's infectious percussion work, followed by catchy vocal melody and chorus that sticks with you far after the track ends. Most important though is the songs ability to breathe and grow as it plays on. 


"The song reflects on how we are very much innocent and very much not innocent. The children of generation X. Musically it's the nostalgia of us being kids of the 80’s and 90’s, there are so many mediums right now trying to move forward but if we want to be honest after the 90’s where the fuck are we going? " explains  songwriter Sierra Swan of the bands single.
 

Although the single speaks volumes for the EP, to get a real understanding of where W/Child is coming from, it should be heard in its entirety.

 

"Really any one of them could have been a single except ‘Don’t Even Bother’ because that one is so sneaky and sexy and specific. It was the first song that Chad and wrote together. I will never forget it, I played what I had and left him in my basement to write the guitar part while I fed my kids. Then I sat on the basement stairs and listened to yo play and just smiled from ear to ear. He was just playing the perfect riff and I immediately ran down and said, “that’s it, time to record.” And from then on W/Child began to grow." says Swan of beginnings of the project.  
 

After several solo releases, singer songwriter Sierra Swan was always intuitively looking for musical partners.  It just so happened that upon relocating to Minneapolis she met artist Chad Weber who, from the start, her a certain feeling only to be solidified once she saw him perform in his band Kill To Kill. Intrigued by Chad as a person and falling in love with his guitar playing, she asked about collaborating on a project. It wasn't long before W/Child was born. The self titled release is a culmination of both songwriters influences and serves as a testament to where they are at with their sound right now. 


W/Child is available now for streaming and downloads on most major digital outlets and the group is always wring on new material for upcoming releases.

To learn more of W/Child, please visit: https://wchild.bandcamp.com/releases

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