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The singer has a great voice and the musicians are solid.
Although the general feel of the music is one of melancholy, the mesmerizing lyrics and diaphonous undertones keep the album from becoming too dark and burdensome.
I would particularly recommend Civilian but also the previous albums are worth checking out at least.
I love this album, one of my new favorites. I had been listening to it all October, so now it reminds me of that spooky time of year. Read morePublished 1 month ago by CorinneB
This album cuts me to the bone everytime I hear it. Chilling melodies and haunting verses that fill up my Fall playlist every year.Published 3 months ago by Luke R. Zwanziger
It is a very rare thing for an entire album to move me the way Civilian does. The last time I had this level of appreciation was with My Bloody Valentine's Loveless. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Michael Hernandez
Music doesn't get any better than this. Wye Oak, however, gets better by the day. They're the perfect alt. pop band.Published 8 months ago by Donald Phillips
Heard Wye Oak originally on the Walking Dead. Decided to get the CD. Listen to the 30 second teasers, they are pretty solid what the songs are like.Published 10 months ago by Brennan Phillips
This album had its moments on the first listen through. The high points being Holy Holy and Civilian. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Douglas D. Evans
I first found out about Wye Oak from the Walking Dead, in which the title track of this album is featured in an early episode. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Andrew