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Wanderlust - EP

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With its fourth EP, the Wausau, Wis., indie pop quartet Windsor Drive gives its friends and fans a hint of what its debut album might sound like. Windsor Drive's 2012 offering Wanderlust opens with “Wish Me Well,” a triumphant tune that sounds like it was built to be blasted from sprawling arena-sized stages. Kipp Wilde’s soaring inflections hover over a rhythm section that balances the metronomic mechanics of perfect timing to make for a danceable anthem. And though the following tune, “Sleepwalking,” pulses and glows with a fusion of smooth-sailing yacht rock and neo-disco, listen closer and you’ll hear Wilde railing against the general apathy and aimlessness characterized by a complacent Generation Y. But rather than point fingers, he encourages young people to get out of their ruts, take risks, and pursue dreams. “I Don’t Feel It” floats on a cosmopolitan groove, sounding like the kind of sleek Euro-pop played at fashion shows. “Impossibly” gets a bit darker with brooding, low keyboard tones, with Wilde singing doubled octaves in a sexy Prince-inspired register.

Customer Reviews

A must-buy for old and new fans

I pre-ordered the physical album from the web store, so I've had the chance to play this over and over! It builds on the unique sounds of their previous material to create an ep that is diverse and shows their talent. Will definitely be on my rotation for a long time!

Awkward yet still endearing

This new EP seems be leaning toward contemporary pop more than any of the bands previous releases.I enjoyed it most when it aligns with the class Windsor Drive sound ("sleepwalking, "midnight") but did nothing for me when it tried for suave R&B-ish rock ("i don't feel it", "impossibility"). It's uneven but is good mementos are endearing and melodically sweet

Old pop style made wonderfully fresh

This album is going to be a mainstay for me for a long time. The tunes are vastly influenced, yet still have an amazing, fresh
feeling to them. Windsor Drive definitely made an album worth purchasing.

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