Wyland release new video for Nowhere Now

New Jersey’s Wyland have released their official music video for latest single Nowhere Now. Shot on an extremely rare Digital Ikonoskop A-Cam dii. It’s a Super 16 sized CCD sensor, in a tiny little camera body, only 2 or 3 in all of the US exist.

I was working a pretty horrible job at a prison in Hudson County, New Jersey where the rest of the song came pouring out. I don’t want to tell you specifically what the tune means to me because then it would become that for you. So instead, let the song speak for itself and your interpretation is all that matters.”

Ryan Sloane

Formed in 2015, Wyland began to grow in popularity due to their from their wildly theatrical live performances in the underground music scene of New York City. Their sound eventually reached overseas to Ireland, where the band spent the better half of 2018 recording with producer Philip Magee (Kodaline, Miles Kane, The Academic). Creating a sound lies somewhere between the veins of Snow Patrol, Walk the Moon, and Elbow.

Just finishing an East Coast tour with Universal recording artist Valley, Nowhere Now has clocked up 100,000 Spotify streams since its release in late November 2018. It was also featured on Spotify’s Fresh Finds playlist shortly after its release.

“The band was out on the streets of SXSW and I isolated myself to work out this melody in my head. The verses came to life right before we left for Ireland. I was working a pretty horrible job at a prison in Hudson County, New Jersey where the rest of the song came pouring out. I don’t want to tell you specifically what the tune means to me because then it would become that for you. So instead, let the song speak for itself and your interpretation is all that matters.”

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