American Rage clip directed by Justin Holland provides a cinematic backdrop to the Kingston sextet’s massive, mighty sound — a propulsive, potent fusion of indie-rock and heartland punk that powers this preview of their brand-spanking EP Seminary Road.”

— Tinnitist, by Darryl Sterdan


The Wilderness was born from the words of Dick Proeneke, Bob Dylan, Bruce Springsteen, a bottle of Wild Turkey, and many late nights in a grimy basement rehearsal space. Through dedication and optimism, The Wilderness has completed the transformation from a few guys who enjoy playing music into a full time indie rock band. In just over 3 years the band have performed nearly 400 shows across North America, have 3 studio recordings under their belts and have been dubbed one of Kington's hardest working bands. No strangers to discomfort, the boys hit the ground running from their inception and haven't stopped. You can find The Wilderness on stages across the country, on street corners or asleep at a truck stop somewhere!!!
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29.11.18 - Queen's Journal, by Brittany Giliforte
23.11.18 - 98.9 The Drive, Interview
16.11.18 - Tinnitist, by Darryl Sterdan
16.11.18 - Muse Magazine, by Lucie Quinlan
13.11.18 - Kingston Herald, by Courtney Hart
06.11.18 - Live At Queen's, by Claire Frizelle
02.10.18 - Rock The Pigeon, by Ryan Cassata
28.09.18 - That Eric Alper, by Eric Alper
19.09.18 - York Calling, by Jane Howkins
17.09.18 - Canadian Beats, by Jenna Melanson
01.09.18 - Queen's Journal, by Brittany Giliforte
31.08.18 - Canadian Beats, by Chelsea Brimstin 
23.08.18 - Stowe Reporter, by Tom O'Leary
30.07.18 - Kingstonist, by Chris Morris
29.07.18 - NW AR Democrat Gazette, by Jocelyn Murphy  
25.07.18 - Daily Kansan, by Jaya Chakka
05.04.18 - Kingstonist, by Harvey Kirkpatrick
01.03.18 - CJAY92 Rocks, by Jesse Modz
28.02.18 - High On Live, by Nick DeWolf
18.08.17 - Kingston Whig-Standard, by Peter Hendra
21.03.17 - Kingstonist, by Harvey Kirkpatrick



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