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

05.25.17 11 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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