The Arcadian Wild's self-titled full-length album is available for streaming and purchase on:
Wolves of the revolution
Choir class is where all great things begin. Perhaps not a mantra held by many, but it rings true for the members of The Arcadian Wild, a folk trio based in Nashville, TN. Isaac Horn, Lincoln Mick, and Sarah Wood connected through the choral program at Lipscomb University. Exploring a vulnerability and purity of experience achieved through the use of acoustic instruments, The Arcadian Wild layers thoughtful texts expressed in rich three-part harmony overtop arrangements of guitar, mandolin, ukulele, and banjo.
Recently, The Arcadian Wild released its first full-length, self-titled album. Twelve tracks in all, these songs celebrate the bright spots of life, love, and redemption, while also penetrating honestly and deeply into the darker corners of the heart, and crying out for freedom from entanglement and expectation. Knowing how to live in the tension between health and hurt, joy and sobriety, pleasure and pain is not always easy, but it is necessary for us to do in order to live authentically, and it is something to which The Arcadian Wild aspires in their music. Presently, the band looks forward to their Summer 2016 Living Room Tour, consisting of house shows and coffee shops in New England, the West Coast, and a couple dozen places in between!
Mandolin, Guitar // Lincoln Mick
Guitar, Banjo // Isaac Horn
Banjo, Guitar, Ukulele, Percussion // Sarah Wood