Debut album features intricate guitarwork, arrestingly unique vocal performances, humanistic narratives, confessionals, humour and an experimental edge.
Solo acoustic guitar and vocal.
Most guitar-strumming singer-songwriters are dull, and the rest tend to sound relentlessly like themselves, as though personal style outweighs universal substance. Wyatt Moss-Wellington turns that on its head, challenging preconceptions of song structure, guitar and vocal techniques, subject matter and stylistic homogeneity … prevalent is the rampant surprise as the listener is bounced between satire and aching tenderness, power chords and delicate finger-picking – sometimes all within one line! Moss-Wellington makes most of his peers sound like they have never fully considered the breadth of options open to them. This is an auspicious debut.