Wildwood Kin will release their new single Taking A Hold as well as their debut album Turning Tides ahead of a Manchester gig at Night and Day.

Wildwood Kin, a family trio formed in Exeter, borrow heavily from early folk influences.  However their debut album delves deeply in to other genres, featuring both electric and acoustic instruments. It boasts inventive sonics and spectral atmospherics alongside their excellent three-part harmonies.

Guitarist Emillie Key, her bouzouki/keyboard-playing sister Beth and their drumming cousin Meghann Loney all sing, swap leads on original songs, and join forces on harmonies.  The harmonies have quickly become their trademark, drawing comparisons with the likes of Haim, Crosby, Stills and Nash and Fleetwood Mac.

The trio have recently supported Ward Thomas on their national tour, including a performance at Manchester’s Ritz.  They will be performing at BBC Radio 2’s Festival in a Day in Hyde Park in September.

When will Taking a Hold and Turning Tides be available?

Wildwood Kin’s new single Taking A Hold will impact on 25 August.  The live favourite is the second single to be taken from their debut album Turning Tides which will be released on 18 August.

When do Wildwood Kin play in Manchester?

Wildwood Kin play at Manchester’s Night and Day on 25 October 2017.