North London trio Wyldest – Zoe Mead, Holly Mullineaux and Jack Gooderham – have only been writing and performing their brand of lo-fi dream pop since summer 2014 but have already enjoyed early support from the likes of Radio 1’s Huw Stephens, NME, DIY and The Telegraph.
Their first official release ‘Cruel Dusk’ is a dreamscope of shimmering electronics and distant guitar refrains that recall the sweet sounds of 80s pop, emanating in a sheen of perfectly lit sparkle. Their début reveals a band with much promise, an accomplished effort by far. One that weaves the stylish pop songwriting of Haim with the dreamy and haunting sonics of Daughter.
Stream Wyldest’s début single ‘Cruel Dusk’ below.