By Kieran Webber
Wye Oak have announced the news of a mini album ‘Tweens’, a collection of eight songs born, raised, and almost abandoned for various reasons during the years between 2011’s breakthrough ‘Civilian’ and 2014’s reinvention-of-sorts, ‘Shriek’.
Jenn Wasner and Andy Stack—the band’s two halves—described these songs as “not emblematic of a step forward, but a step sideways in time.”
‘Tweens’ is available now digitally and will have a physical release August 5th.
The video for ‘Watching The Waiting’ is live now, explained by Wasner as, “about learning how to understand and accept who I truly am, and present myself more honestly to the world, without any illusions or pretence. The truth is in the mirror, but it is also much, much deeper.”