3 weeks after our first write-up and first track premiere, we’re back with the full presentation of new record from Idaho based emotive, grungy rockers YOUNG, PLANETARY . Powerful, but moody and ambiguous, “Wilt” is fluid and fluctuating and even with sounds linked to other grungy emotive post hardcore and rock bands, their music tells its story with character and a fresh perspective. YOUNG, PLANETARY soften harsh emotions and punk related moods without forfeiting the hooks or energy of their predecessors. Plus, it will serve you a good reminder of that older times when more natural and noisy alt rock bands produced a hell of a lot of tracks that sounded great on the radio. Chasing their energy and listen to the full record below.
The band’s Trevor Villagrana commented:
“Ever since I started playing music years and years ago, one of my bucket list items was to release a full length record. So, when it came time to follow up my “Dead Letters” EP, I really wanted to push myself to write a batch of songs that were not only to the best of my ability, but also songs that I thought people would get down to. The writing process itself lasted about a year and a half, and I continued to write and refine well into recording. At the end of the day, this “Wilt” LP is something that I’m incredibly proud of and I sincerely hope people enjoy what I’ve worked so hard to create.”