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Hailing from the famous city of Nashville, Wild Cub is an American pop and rock group founded in 2010 whose music has topped charts and been released by record labels such as Mom+Pop Music and Big Light Recordings. The members of the group are composer and songwriter Keegan DeWitt and Jeremy Bullock, a multi-instrumentalist. They are often joined by keyboard player Eric Wilson and drummer Dabney Morris as supporting members. Their songs have risen up many charts, including the UK Singles Chart. Many have already ordered Wild Cub tickets for their upcoming American concerts.
The beginnings of Wild Cub can be traced back to when Keegan DeWitt moved to Nashville from Brooklyn to focus fully on his career as a composer. By then, he had worked on the soundtracks of some of the most popular movies, including Dance Party USA, which was praised by The New York Times. He met Jeremy Bullock, a renowned multi-instrumentalist who had worked with the likes of Madi Diaz and the duo formed the band with three other musicians in 2012.
In 2013, Wild Cub’s first album released for public consumption. A Big Light Recordings release, it was titled Youth and was a massive success in the US and beyond, particularly in the UK. It was praised by many in the media, with Allmusic praising it as ‘jubilant, 80s inspired synth pop and infectious’. The magazine went on to praise the album’s lead single which rose up the UK Singles Chart and which was used in a Bose advertisement. A deluxe edition of the debut album was also released later on by Mom+Pop Records, complete with two new songs.
Later in 2013, the group struck again, this time remixing Atlas Genius’ Symptoms which was showcased in the remix album, So Electric: When It Was Now (The Remixes). Since taking the spotlight, the group has gone on to headline some of the most marvelous music festivals this side of the Atlantic, ranging from the CMJ music festival to Bonnaroo and the renowned SXSW festival. They have also played live to thousands at many of America’s most attended music festivals, making a name for their exciting live concerts.
Wild Cub has come a long way from its humble beginnings. This is a band that is praised by media all over the world, particularly in the US. Their debut album, Youth, saw a re-release in December 2013 through Mom+Pop records with two new songs. One of its singles, Thunder Clatter, has received a lot of airplay on radio, particularly on SiriusXM's AltNation, where it is on rotation. The album captures the essence of the band's sound.
This fabulous group, in fact, describes its songs as captured moments, much like a box of old photographs and letters. In the recording of Youth, the band even went so far as to run all music through an ancient TASCAM 4-track cassette tape recorder to get what they describe as an 'intimate, diary-like feel'.
Many reviewers have praised Youth, the band's album that saw a re-release in late 2013, reflecting upon how it sings of falling in love and finding a true 'co-conspirator' in what is sometimes a bleak and empty world. The songs also echo a cinematic quality, reminiscent of Keegan DeWitt's work in composing movie soundtracks. He has, after all, composed music for the likes of Inocentre, a short documentary that won an Academy Award. He has also composed music for other award winning movies like Cold Weather, released in 2010, and This is Martin Banner, which won a Sundance Audience Award in 2013.
This band from Nashville has gained praise from MTV Hive, Paste, The Wall Street Journal and Consequence of Sound. The band has been seen taking the stage at the NY Fashion Week Show by Rebbecaa Minkoff, a performance that received nothing but praise from Nylon Mag and KEXP.
Over in the US, Rolling Stone magazine, SPIN and Interview Magazine have given rave reviews on the band, which has played eight amazing shows at SXSW festivals. It has also been seen playing live at Lollapalooza, Hangout Fest and Austin City Limits.
It comes as no surprise when Wild Cub tickets are sold out as soon as their availability is announced. This is, after all, a group whose music has risen up the UK Singles Chart, been featured in commercials and praised as ‘infectious’ by the likes of Allmusic magazine.