In 2019, Big Wild released his debut album, Superdream. Containing fan-favorite hits like “City of Sound” and “6’s to 9’s,” the record positioned him as one of the electronic music scene's true aesthetes.
Now, Big Wild has dropped his sophomore studio album, The Efferusphere. Three years in the making, the 14-track LP explores his unique indietronica sound by permeating feelings of psychedelia and nostalgia.
"It’s hard to believe that 3 years of work and personal growth led me to create 45 minutes of music," writes Big Wild, who said he "poured a lot of myself into this album."
Melancholic guitar riffs, atmospheric synths and Big Wild's emotive vocals make for a cohesive and touching album. Every detail of The Efferusphere evokes visceral responses, including its visual elements. With its vibrant color palette, the album's cover art perfectly encapsulates the warm and euphoric nature of its music.
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