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Young, Planetary “Wilt” Album Review


Over the last six months, I’d seen the name Young, Planetary pop up everywhere on Facebook. I took note and quickly added them to my long list of artists to eventually check out. I immediately imagined Young, Planetary as a sort of Watermedown type feel so I admittedly cheated and put them closer to the top of my list. I saw they recently put out a full length via Hidden Home Records and decided to give it a listen. I was completely and pleasantly surprised. My mother always said never judge a book by it’s cover. I guess the same could be said for music “Never judge a band by there name.” Young, Planetary instantly reminded me of a slightly lighter, grunier, garagey Underoath with some amazing female harmonies. Five tracks in to their 10 song album, I was instantly hooked. The driving drum beats, wailing guitar riffs and strong vocals make for a beautiful cocktail of angsty jams. You can download the entire “Wilt” LP on BandCamp for free or support Young, Planetary purchase the album on all major online retailers and physical copies on the Hidden Home website.

About Jacob Andrew

Jacob Andrew has had a passion for music from a very young age. Noticing a natural talent in keeping a rhythm, Jacob Andrew’s mom enrolled him in drum lessons at age six! As soon as he stepped into that music shop for his first lesson, his passion for music spread like wild fire. A few years after taking drum lessons, Jacob Andrew saved up enough to buy a guitar and started teaching himself to play. Fast forward to now Jacob Andrew can play over 10 different instruments, and is an accomplished singer/song writer!


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