Today, West Coast Canadian rockers, The Wild!, return with their new full-length album, Still Believe In Rock And Roll, out now via Entertainment One (“eOne”). As COVID-19 impacts artists worldwide, The Wild! were set to hit the road for a tour across Europe this week. In lieu of this being postponed, the band will deliver a live set via Facebook – Saturday, March 21 – at 12 pm PST/ 3 pm EST/ 9 pm CET. You can tune in to watch here.
Now, more than ever, Still Believe In Rock And Roll is a title that rings true as a definition of the band’s roots, and keeping the spirit of music alive. Listen to the standout track, King Of This Town here, and buy/stream the album now.
“In a time where our genre has never seemed more lost, we stay the course,” says lead vocalist and guitarist, Dylan Villain. “Some of us still believe in rock and roll music and this album is for those of us that do.”
The Wild! have traversed stages worldwide; from intimate venues to festival grounds, the band delivers a highly passionate live set with no shortage of blistering solos, sing-alongs, and crowd-surfing, with your fist in the air.
Due to the current global pandemic, their European tour alongside tAkida, set to kick off in Europe on March 18, has been postponed, in addition to their Canadian run (set to begin May 19 in London, Ontario, wrapping in Quebec on May 24) with Airbourne. Fans are encouraged to stay tuned for updates through the band’s social channels (fin
The Wild! still believe in rock n’ roll and after one listen, so will you. The rebellious foursome from the Great White North are a perfect mixture of rock’n’roll swagger and punk rock attitude. The Canadian quartet’s third album, Still Believe In Rock And Roll was produced by the band’s own Dylan Villain and A-list producer/engineer Mike Fraser (AC/DC, Metallica, Aerosmith), who has been a massive champion of the band from the start.
The Wild! are lifers on the highway paved by the many great bands that came before them with heart, authenticity, and a deep commitment to what they do.