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Wynona have firmly stamped their sound as one of authenticity, relevance, and nostalgic maturity.
- The Line of Best Fit
Floral, fluid alt-pop with a late 90s feel, Wynona seems to re-frame those nostalgic impulses as something vivid, honest, and true.
Following the release of several staggered singles over the past couple of years, Wynona will return with an EP release this summer.
The first single ‘Falling Into You’ is a slice of acoustic driven power-pop with a nostalgic, Romantic sound. Produced by Theo Verney (English Teacher, Lime Garden), the song laments the ebbs and flows of an everyday and very real romantic relationship.
Wynona started life in Japan where partners Natalie & Rich began their sonic journeys, creating expressive, guitar-driven pop at their home studio in central Osaka; finding comfort and a sense of homeliness in their creative output as they began to feel isolated and homesick alone in a foreign country.
Upon their return to the UK, Wynona made their breakthrough to tips from an array of tastemaker titles including The Line of Best Fit, Dork, Clash and Notion, as well as being handpicked for Featured Next Wave on Future Artists by Jack Saunders.
Live Highlights: Debut show for Communion Music at The Social, London || Support for Juno Dream at Moth Club, London presented by Jack Saunders (Hopscotch) || UK Tour Support for Somebody's Child || Support for The Amazons in Reading & London || Support for King No One in Brighton & Derby || Appearances at Live At Leeds and Sŵn Festival, Cardiff
Radio & Streaming Support: Support from BBC Music Introducing and Radio 1 || Featured Next Wave on Future Artists from Jack Saunders, airplay from Gemma Bradley and Kerrie Kosh || Playlisted on New in Rock, New in Alternative and Untitled by Apple Music || Playlist adds on Fresh Finds & Fresh Finds Indie from Spotify
Press Highlights: Track of the day from Clash Magazine || Reviews and live studio session for Line of Best Fit || Features and interviews in Dork, Licks Magazine, When The Horn Blows, Notion, Rodeo, Blind, Beats Per Minute