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Rebel Kind

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Rebel Kind is a Michigan-based indie pop group fronted by singer/songwriter Autumn Wetli, formerly of eclectic garage-psych band Bad Indians (who went by the name the Rebel Kind for their first demo). Wetli had been writing solo material that was much softer and more introspective than the often raucous material by Bad Indians, and she started performing solo sets and releasing demos as Rebel Kind around 2012. The studio album Some Things Were Just Meant to Change, recorded with Jules Nehring and featuring a reverb-heavy jangle pop sound, appeared in early 2013. The solo acoustic album Laurel Canyon was recorded by Fred Thomas, who released it as a one-sided LP and limited cassette on his Life Like imprint in June of 2013. Around this time, Rebel Kind began performing as a full band, with Wetli joined by multi-instrumentalists/vocalists Amber Fellows and Shelley Salant, both former members of surf-pop quartet Swimsuit. Rebel Kind's full-band debut album, Today, was released by Urinal Cake Records in 2014. In early 2016, Wetli released a solo EP titled Let's Keep Things Weird, featuring contributions from Fellows and Salant. At the end of the year, Urinal Cake released Rebel Kind's Just for Fools LP. Alex Glendering of Deadbeat Beat provided backup vocals and guitar on some songs, and he ended up becoming the band's fourth member. ~ Paul Simpson