1 Song, 3 Minutes

Mastered for iTunes
Mastered for iTunes

Customer Reviews

5 out of 5

5 Ratings

5 Ratings

Completely relatable.


I was in a very toxic relationship of over three years and it only lasted that long because I couldn't bring myself to end it. I finally got the guts to do so and I'm getting better everyday but I really wish I left when when I saw the first red flag. These guys mean so much to me. Everything they do is incredible and I couldn't thank them enough for writing songs that I feel and relate to so strongly yet can't put into words myself. Can't wait to sing my heart out with you guys on August 3rd. 💙

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Hope they continue this rather than their most recent album. This is what made me fall in love with their music in the first place

About This Wild Life

This Wild Life is an acoustic pop-punk duo from Long Beach, California. After working together at a local music store, members Kevin Jordan and Anthony Del Grosso bonded over the hardcore, punk, and screamo bands they loved as teenagers. They assembled the first version of This Wild Life in 2011 as an electric guitar-led quartet playing in an upbeat, familiar pop-punk style. After finding some modest local success, Jordan and Del Grosso decided to take a different approach to their music. Inspired by the passionate acoustic emo of Dashboard Confessional's Swiss Army Romance album, they recast themselves as a duo armed with two acoustic guitars and their strong harmonies. Feeling more inspired than ever, they continued to write in the melodic pop-punk milieu, but sharpened their focus on tight, succinct songwriting that spent less time hiding behind a heavy wall of sound. Their second release, 2012's Heart Flip, partially reflected this sea change with a mix of full-band tracks alongside the new stripped-down acoustic songs. They found that it was actually the acoustic songs that received the biggest responses both in the punk community and beyond. They shifted completely into an acoustic act, touring and building a hearty grassroots following and eventually inking a deal with legendary punk label Epitaph. For their full-length debut, Clouded, they worked with producer Aaron Marsh of the band Copeland, fleshing out their nimble acoustic tunes with additional harmonies, strings, and various other organic adornments. Following the album's June 2014 release, they hit the road as part of the Vans Warped Tour, playing alongside heroes like Yellowcard and the Story So Far. Working again with Aaron Marsh, This Wild Life recorded their follow-up, Low Tides, which was released by Epitaph in Autumn 2016. ~ Timothy Monger