The Wilderness is a sextet with a massive and mighty sound - a propulsive and potent indie rock fusion that has earned them comparisons to Bruce Springsteen, Mumford & Sons, The National and The Lumineers. 

A truly international band comprised of a Brit, a Frenchman, two Americans and two Canadians, The Wilderness (Kingston, ON, Canada) formed in 2015. With one independently released studio recordings to their credit - Seminary Road (2018), along with four singles - “Virginia Sapphire” (2019), “Fall (Despite What You Do)” (2019), “Dancing In The Dive Bars” (2018), “Hurry Up And Wait” (2018) - The Wilderness are currently touring in support of their latest release while, simultaneously, creating the songs that will comprise their next full-length album and readying to hit the studio in 2020.

Early 2020 sees The Wilderness laser focused on North American and European touring and showcase opportunities, building a dedicated team for that side of the pond and continuing to build their fanbase the old fashioned way - through their sound, their live performance, their work ethic and, frankly, just being really good dudes.