Overflowing with energy, excitement, and electricity, The Color Wild aims to capture the spirit of a life without limits. ‘Wild Things’ was recorded/mixed at Grey Area Studios with Producer Erik Ron (Panic! at the Disco, Good Charlotte, etc.) and mastered by Chris Gehringer (The 1975, Harry Styles). The Color Wild is bound to solidify themselves as one of the best bands in 2017, with their debut EP, Clean, out on August 25th.
Jesse Crosson shares, “Making Clean was a process of finding our identity as a band and figuring out how we want our storytelling voice to sound. From the start of songwriting to the time we spent in the studio with Erik Ron, we really put time and effort into finding a way to balance sharing a wide variety of emotions with the goal of making people move. That really is the main message of the whole EP- no matter what feeling you’re experiencing at any given moment, it’s possible to find a reason to dance.”
About The Color Wild:
Overflowing with energy, excitement, and electricity, The Color Wild aims to capture the spirit of a life without limits. The Sacramento-based indie pop quartet consists of California natives (and brothers) Jesse Crosson (Keys, Guitars, Vocals), Kyle Crosson (Vocals), Jaden Crosson (Drums), and Josh Hansen (Lead Guitar). The Color Wild seamlessly blends modern pop melodies and synth keyboards with a high-energy rhythmic drive to create an enthusiastic and undeniably thrilling live show.
Since their inception, the band has been on a fast track for success. For instance, playing shows with big acts like Panic The Disco, Weezer and Against the Current; and touring across the country without a full release of the their music. With constant shows throughout California, coupled with relentless writing, and releasing heartfelt music, The Color Wild captured the attention of Andrew Roesch of Artery Foundation Management and was featured by Comstock Magazine.
Returning with a new single, “Wild Things”, the band have a fresh take on their old sound. With polished vocals, upbeat percussions, and soaring guitars, the four-piece delivers a colorful ode to youth and love. The Color Wild’s fresh perspective, catchy melodies, and enthusiasm culminate in an energetic live performance, setting then up to become one of the best new bands in 2017.