Premiere: Wild Pink’s Side Project Eerie Gaits Is Wordlessly Serene On ‘Eau Gallie’

05.25.17 5 months ago

Aaron DuRall

When Uproxx recently interviewed Wild Pink frontman John Ross about his band’s meditative self-titled debut album, he said that the record’s lyrical themes of restlessness have “more to do with an existential [threat] than a general malaise of middle-class kids feeling bored.” That’s significant, but there’s also a big part of Ross that isn’t too worried about the words in his music, or about having words in it at all.

After college, he headed to Brooklyn to be a film composer, and in addition to his Wild Pink-related business, he writes songs for advertisements. Further proving that the instrumental side of music isn’t something he’s choosing to ignore or overlook, he also has a new ambient-leaning solo endeavor called Eerie Gaits.

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