Wye Oak

Wye Oak

 

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Wye Oak is an American indie rock duo from Baltimore, Maryland, United States, composed of Andy Stack (drums, keyboards, backup vocals) and Jenn Wasner (vocals, guitars and bass).[1] Their sound has been described as "earnest folk-influenced indie rock with touches of noise and dream pop"[2] as well as indie folk.[3] Wasner sings lead vocals and plays electric or acoustic guitar, while Stack plays both drums and keyboards, playing the drums with his feet and right hand, and the bass line with his left hand.[4][5]

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The Louder I Call, the Faster It Runs
Album
The Louder I Call, the Faster It Runs is an album by musical group Wye Oak, released on April 6, 2018.
Lifer
Song
Lifer is a song by musical group Wye Oak, released on March 27, 2018.
It Was Not Natural
Song
It Was Not Natural is a song by musical group Wye Oak, released on February 21, 2018.
The Louder I Call, the Faster It Runs
Song
The Louder I Call, the Faster It Runs is a song by musical group Wye Oak, released on January 30, 2018.

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Popular Albums11

Album Appearances & References1

Popular Songs13

Collaborators & Influencers3

Minor Film Appearances & References2

TV Shows5

Music-Related Relationships1

Band Members2

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Videos9

Spotify - Albums & Singles15

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Upcoming Concerts18

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Wye Oak – Louder I Call, the Faster it Runs
  –  April 4, 2018
The album's opening consists of 40 seconds of tuning instruments. It's a clever tone-setter for what's to come, suggesting that Wye Oak view their music as primarily instrumental, with electronic influences secondary. The title track is a wonderful ...
Stream the New Album by Wye Oak
  –  April 2, 2018
A previous press release described the album as such: "The result is the biggest, broadest, boldest music Wye Oak has ever made. Louder pursues a litany of modern malaises, each of its dozen tracks diligently addressing a new conflict and pinning it ...
Wye Oak's Jenn Wasner on The Louder I Call, the Faster it Runs
  –  April 2, 2018
Considering the idea of making music under her real name, Wasner ponders, “it's possible, but I'm instinctively very afraid of that because it's the one name I cannot ditch – I could kill Wye Oak or Flock of Dimes and start making music under another ...
First Listen: Wye Oak, 'The Louder I Call, The Faster It Runs'
  –  April 2, 2018
Although this progression was certainly due to Wasner's growing interest in electronic music — outside of Wye Oak, she's dabbled in R&B-tinged gloss-pop with Dungeonesse and maintains the synth-forward solo project, Flock Of Dimes — it eventually ...
New Music: Wye Oak
  –  March 28, 2018
The 2018 lineup for Sled Island — Calgary’s shining yearly music and arts festival and without a doubt the best week of the year — made me practically scream with excitement. High on my most-anticipated list is Baltimore’s Wye Oak. Their 2011 album ...
Wye Oak: “The Louder I Call, The Faster It Runs” (Merge Records)
  –  March 28, 2018
near-square dancing beat to drive the head-bopping bliss of its mid-‘90s videogame-esque music while Wasner sings chirpily and eerily above it. By embracing these new sounds (truly, “Symmetry” is the only track that resembles older Wye Oak tracks ...
Wye Oak share new track, “Lifer”
  –  March 27, 2018
On April 6, Wye Oak will release their new album, The Louder I Call, The Faster It Runs, via Merge. The band has already released some music ahead of the album’s release, including the title track. Today, they’ve released another new track ...
Wye Oak – “Lifer”
  –  March 27, 2018
So far, the same can be said for the material from The Louder I Call, The Faster It Runs — there’s the same wistfulness and contemplation that’s often defined Wye Oak’s music, but it’s shooting for the kind of hope that comes with simply putting ...

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