((Wild Cub)) Band Profile and Upcoming New York City Concerts - Oh My Rockness
Nashville’s Wild Cub play jubilant and grand electropop with a bit of noodle-y guitar action thrown in. Can we call this massively catchy synth math, perhaps? I guess so. Since that call just happened.
You will not be sad if you go to a Wild Cub show. You may be overwhelmed by all the different things going on (if the band members have to wear headphones - you know it’s gotta be complicated up there) - but you will not be sad. This is happy times. Wild Cub sing and play and are just generally jolly. Could we get away with calling this a joyful jamboree, perhaps? I guess so.
No. It’s 2013, actually (just because you put your snarky insults in parentheses doesn’t mean we can’t see them - and that I’m From Barcelona Treehouse song was a pretty happy jam!). Wild Cub have only been a band for a year or so. They formed wayyy back in 2012 by songwriter Keegan DeWitt and multi-instrumentalist Jeremy Bullock (they made their debut at Bonnaroo, of all places - good debut gig if you can get it). And those two guys just started adding more members.
Wild Cub are now a band of five. Or, six. Sometimes. Maybe it’s seven. It really depends on how many guest vocalists/hand-clappers/percussionists/cabasas shakers they decide to bring in at any given time. It’s a collective, guys. Collective’s are often evolving entities. And ultimate happiness may just be one more member away.
Below is a video of the Wild Cub’s big time jam. I hope you enjoy it. If nothing else, you won’t be sad.