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by Wynward

Nostalgic 90s inspired rock with an upbeat, modern feel.
Genre: Rock: 90's Rock
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3. Fake Memories
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4. Give Up
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5. For Too Long
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Album Notes
Wynward is a band with a raw, energetic and personal attitude. Their sound blurs the lines between different genres, including alternative rock and grunge, revealing a rather eclectic approach to songwriting and insane musicianship across the board.

Hailing from Ocean County, New Jersey, The band members share a long-lasting musical bond that has been going on for over 15 years. Their personal friendships are intertwined with their artistic growth.

The band has been busy making new music as of late, and they recently finished up their brand new studio effort, Tides.
The full-length album will be released on December 1st, 2017; of which is a collection of rock songs that highlight the band’s fondness for great melodies, direct lyrics, and edgy energy.

The band’s massive rhythm sections and thick walls of guitar echo the work of artists as diverse as Foo Fighters, Queens of the Stone Age, and Pearl Jam—just to mention but a few.



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