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On Wild Pink’s third album (and first for Royal Mountain Records), ‘A Billion Little Lights’, John Ross explores the dichotomy of finally achieving emotional security - of accepting the love and peace he deprived himself of in his twenties - while also feeling existentially smaller and more directionless than ever before.
Produced by Grammy-winning producer David Greenbaum (U2, Beck, Jenny Lewis), the album is a two-pronged triumph: an extraordinary reflection on the human condition presented through the sharpest, grandest and most captivating songs Wild Pink have ever composed.
“A steady and unstoppable rush of grand melodies and rippling synths” - The FADER
“The Brooklyn band... thrives on a combination of rock extroversion and frontman John Ross’ hard-won and tenuous new optimism” - Pitchfork (8.1)
“‘A Billion Little Lights’ is his most ambitious and overall best work” - Uproxx
“Glimmers like the stars over a vast heartland expanse” - Stereogum
“Soaring, atmospheric indie rock” - BrooklynVegan
“One of rock’s tiny masterpieces” - Billboard
“Whatever vaguely ‘80s heartland motorik + classic rock quality has made The War on Drugs an amphitheater band, Wild Pink has it, too.” - Paste
The Wind Like A Train
Bigger Than Christmas
The Shining But Tropical
You Can Have It Back