WILD To Tour With The National Parks; Share New Track       

March 8, 2019 BY Nettwerk

“…the Los Angeles trio who’ve mastered the tropes of modern pop (or what the industry calls “indie-pop”)…stomping/galloping rhythms, finely crafted harmonies and feverishly enthusiastic choruses.” – Buzzbands.LA

“WILD needs to be on your pop radar. The band exists in a lovely space somewhere between indie-rock and folk-pop, and has steadily been growing their following” – Idolator

 “…large, sweeping melodies, emotive two- and three-part harmonies, intimate and meaningful lyrics, and a sweet, spirited enthusiasm for life, love, and so forth.” – Atwood Magazine           

“Indie-pop trio WILD is back with yet another feel-good anthem. WILD is notorious for their cheerful lyrics and bright rhythms, and their new single, “It Only Gets Better,” only furthers their reputation as one of the most optimistic up-and-coming bands to hit the music scene.” – Ones To Watch

Following the release of their debut EP, Lace & Layers, this past fall, LA’s infectious indie-folk-pop trio WILD share their energetic new track, “It Only Gets Better.” Ones To Watch, premiered the song and called it, “a radiant reminder that good things are always ahead, even when you think you’re at your lowest point.” The track was co-written with Zac Barnett of American Authors and when asked about the meaning behind it, WILD said, “It only gets better is knowing that even when you feel like everything is hopeless, it only gets better. So if you’re feeling stuck or lost or just don’t know what you’re feeling, know that you’re not alone.

The single, out today, is being released ahead of their North American tour as support for Utah indie folk band The National Parks. The tour launches in San Diego on March 26th and wraps up in Denver on April 19th. A complete list of dates can be found below.


WILD is comprised of Lauren Luiz (vocals), Tyler Thompson (producer/guitar) and Zach Daegatano (vocals/guitar). Their first single “Vagabond,” which they independently released, quickly surpassed two million streams and they have only grown from there, averaging over 400,000 monthly listeners on Spotify for the past year. They have played SXSW twice, performed on the Main Stage at Bottlerock Festival in Napa, CA, opened for The Spill Canvas on a national tour and played numerous local shows and festivals around the West Coast. Also a favorite amongst music supervisors, their recent placements include Life Itself, The Dangerous Book For Boys, Little Italy, ABC’s A Million Little Things, Teen Mom, Legacies, Workin’ Moms, Goosebumps and a Nintendo Switch commercial.

 Tour Dates w/ The National Parks:

3/26    San Diego, CA          Soda Bar

3/27    Los Angeles, CA       Troubadour

3/28    San Francisco, CA    Bottom of the Hill

3/29    Pomona, CA             The Fox Theater

3/30    Phoenix, AZ              The Rebel Lounge

4/10    Des Moines, IA         Wooly’s

4/11    Minneapolis, MN       Skyway Theatre

4/12    Appleton, WI             OuterEdge Stage

4/13    Chicago, IL               Schubas Tavern

4/13    Chicago, IL               Schubas Tavern

4/15    Milwaukee, WI          Shank Hall

4/16    St. Louis, MO            The Ready Room

4/17    Lincoln, NE               The Bourbon Theatre

4/19    Denver, CO               Marquis Theater