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130,000+ streams in 2021
2,000 monthly listeners
63,000 streams on "Virginia"
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Elizabeth Wyld is an Alt-Americana singer and songwriter from Virginia. Queer identifying, her catchy confessionals deal with identity and lust and growing up gay in rural America.
Her debut album "Quiet Year," produced and engineered by Zach Jones and Oscar Albis Rodriguez of A Great Big World, tells the story of losing and recovering one's voice in the literal and figurative senses.
"'Quiet Year' feels perfectly varied, ranging from indie rock songs that should be on the soundtrack for a remake of Nick & Norah's Infinite Playlist to percussion-laden driving music... not the kind you space out listening to, instead the kind where you forget you're in a car and think about how your parents are doing back home." - Rae Isla, Singer & Songwriter
"With the release of her debut, full-length album, Quiet Year, NYC-(by way of Virginia)-based indie-folk songstress Elizabeth Wyld evokes household names like Phoebe Bridgers and Kacey Musgraves with a swagger and vocal style that’s uniquely her own." - New Noise Magazine
"Virginia showcases Wyld's powerful vocals and her affinity for meaningful and creative lyrics. It’s safe to say Elizabeth is now known for her distinct style that blends indie rock and emo sensibilities with folk and pop." - Indie Wavves