Listen to Wardell's "Call it What You Want"By Noisey Staff
In case you weren't aware, Wardell is comprised of the two offspring of acclaimed director Steven Spielberg—not that their genetics are connected to their nicotine-ravaged, romantically-infused sounds of their debut EP, though.
It's a beautiful record and we've managed to bag a new track for us to share with all of you. It's called "Call It What You Want" and essentially, it's a Baltimore-esque breezeblock of delectable pop music set to the sound of Beach House if they tuned down the reverb and went overdrive with their melodies. There's a reason that Wardell was one of the most talked about bands of SXSW and have been taken on by Jay-Z's Roc Nation. Take a listen below and you'll see why.
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