WILD PINK – ” CBS Saturday Morning “

Posted: November 6, 2022 in MUSIC

Wild Pink appeared on CBS Saturday Morning earlier today to perform three songs: ‘See You Better’ and ‘Hold My Hand’ from their new album “ILYSM“, and ‘Die Outside’ from last year’s “A Billion Little Lights”. Wild Pink headed by frontman John Ross, frontman John Ross.

The phenomenal “ILYSM”, out on Royal Mountain, avoids being exclusively about cancer but reflects the ways in which it imbued his life with urgency and meaning. Ross went on to record the album with a host of collaborators, including co-producers Justin Pizzoferrato and Peter Silberman (The Antlers), bassist Arden Yonkers, drummer Dan Keegan, and pianist David Moore of Bing & Ruth, as well as enlisting contributions from Julien Baker, J Mascis, Ryley Walker, Ratboys’ Julia Steiner, Samantha Crain, and Yasmin Williams, among others. And while the sound of the album is as lush and full-bodied as you would expect, there’s a surprising heft and at times deafening beauty to the arrangements, which are balanced out by moments of understated candor and intimacy.
“ILYSM” is Wild Pink’s fourth studio album, came out last month via Royal Mountain.

Wild Pink began playing together in 2015 and have since released three albums. The indie rockers are now on the move, playing a world and American tour that will last into December. For Saturday Sessions Wild Pink performs “Hold My Hand.”

Wild Pink released their latest project (and among our best album of the year) “ILYSM” only a couple of weeks ago, so they’re still in promotion mode. As they prepare to tour Europe, the UK, and the US, Wild Pink stopped by CBS Saturday Morning to perform a few songs: “See You Better,” “Hold My Hand,” and “Die Outside.” The first two are from “ILYSM“, and “Die Outside” is taken from last year’s “A Billion Little Lights”. 

“CBS Saturday Morning” co-hosts Jeff Glor, Michelle Miller and Dana Jacobson deliver two hours of original reporting and breaking news, as well as profiles of leading figures in culture and the arts.

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