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Band in Seattle Concert 210

Wishbeard

Year: 2015

Runtime: 00:35:34

Wishbeard is a four piece band that creates dreamy post punk music. Led by guitarist/vocalist Bryn Santillan, the band is filled out with Brighton on Bass, Erin on Keyboard and Jude on Drums. Together they create warm sonic soundscapes of lush synth washes and effected guitar punctuated by a rhythm section that will inspire your dreams.

Wishbeard Available In:

Rock, Punk

Genres You May Like:

Punk, Rock, Soul, R&B, Indie, Pop, Classic Rock, Folk

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