Athenian rockers Whereswilder started out in 2014 with their trippy/psychedelic LP, “Yearling”. The record was one of the first European attempts of Neo-psychedelic rock music and was critically acclaimed by fans of old-school 60s music.
Whereswilder has performed in numerous major festivals (Rockwave Festival, Release Festival, Ziria Festival, Fuzztastic Planet Festival, New Long Fest ), toured around Europe (Mission to Sail Tour 2017) and shared the stage with some of the best Greek live acts.
It’s now a dystopia 2020 they are on the move again.
A third record is now ready. It was recorded in an Athenian studio where many “controversial” (near cult-like status) Greek folk hits were produced from the late 70s to the mid 80s. A lot of dirty sweat from real musicians has been broken in there during an arguably dark period for Greek music.
To channel that vibe into a whole new sound for the band, Whereswilder teamed up with John Vulgaris (of Bazooka fame) behind the mixing desk.
The songs were picked in an all killer-no filler manner. The band is now sounding more soulful and funkier with a whole lot of pop hooks in their arsenal.