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William Wild’s first single “Who Do You Love” Out Now (Sony Music Masterworks)

WILLIAM WILD RELEASES NEW SINGLE “WHO DO YOU LOVE” William Wild is the moniker of 26-year-old Knoxville, TN-based singer-songwriter, Garrett Sale. For William Wild’s newly released single “Who Do You Love” (Sony Music Masterworks) he blends traditional songwriting with modern, adventurous production aesthetics, and plush nostalgic pop sensibilities. The song was written entirely in green […]
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WILLIAM WILD RELEASES NEW SINGLE
“WHO DO YOU LOVE”

William Wild is the moniker of 26-year-old Knoxville, TN-based singer-songwriter, Garrett Sale.

For William Wild’s newly released single “Who Do You Love” (Sony Music Masterworks) he blends traditional songwriting with modern, adventurous production aesthetics, and plush nostalgic pop sensibilities. The song was written entirely in green rooms and rest stops in the United States while on tour with indie folk trio, Joseph.

On his recent EP, Steady Now, William Wild gained an impressive following amassing over 12 million streams on Spotify. A producer/engineer by day, his music is featured in a number of films/commercials including the closing credits in the 2017 critically acclaimed film “Wind River.”

DOWNLOAD/STREAM “Who Do You Love” HERE

Sony Music Masterworks comprises Masterworks, Sony Classical, OKeh, Portrait, and Masterworks Broadway imprints. For email updates and information please visit www.SonyMusicMasterworks.com.

 

Find William Wild here:

Website: http://williamwildmusic.com/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/williamwildmusic
Instagram: http://instagram.com/williamwildmusic
Twitter: https://twitter.com/WilliamWildBand

For more information contact:
Angela Barkan / Larissa Slezak – Sony Music Masterworks
[email protected] / [email protected]

 

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