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Wd Han


Taking time to reflect: WD-HAN remind us to always remember those ‘Places’ that keep us humble

WD-HAN drop their latest track and this has so much soul covered within, that is perfect for a much-needed reflection on ‘Places‘.

The three-piece indie-rock outfit WD-HAN have been performing together since 2008 with no lineup changes and feature two married couples- including their manager-and are an example to bands all over the world, as they continue to do what they love and be successful while doing it.

This is the final song off their twelve releases from 2020 and you can feel the poignant nature of the insides of the fabric here. It has been a long journey, full twists and turns, plans changing and lessons learnt. This is a lovely song full of heart and soul, with self-awareness to bring a true message to us all when we need it most.

His voice is so calming and caring, the band feel like they are perfectly in-sync and this is a song made with special love and gives your whole body a powerful boost. This is about keeping in touch with who you used to be and who you really want to be. The excellent percussion, guitar skills and vibrant vocals all intertwine in your tired mind, helping us to reflect and never lose track of who we are deep inside.

This is that classic humbleness, layered with genuine authenticity of how life is meant to be lived and slowed down just right, so that you enjoy each moment and memory, not rush through so the beauty of what is before you is missed in a blink of an eye.

Places‘ from WD-HAN finds a place in our heart and is a powerful track that makes you think deeply and tap your feet at the same time.

After all, it’s all about consistency and sticking at doing what you love without giving up. There will be challenges of course but if you care about each other enough, you will find a way.

Hear this lively new release on Soundcloud and see their journey on IG.

Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen


WD-HAN drop excellent new single ‘Work For It’ which is an ode to the hard working heroes out there

WD-HAN drop excellent new single ‘Work For It‘: an ode to the hard working heroes out there who are often forgotten about in this often boast-filled world of flash and dash.

After 10 years in the game and counting, this is a band that have stuck together throughout, they play for charities and measure their success in people helped. This is a group that love to help where they can and play music to new new friends globally.

You celebrate those that work hard and really try their best. They have earned every cent and not been given an easy ride. This is challenging the notion that people that have so much feel they have deserved it. What have they actually done? This is that raw ride to share your feelings on this often forgotten about.

Work For It‘ from WD-HAN is a rock show that delivers us a global feel, its a fun ride with an original twist throughout. Music make with a real truth about working hard for what you earn, nothing is going to be given to you. Well, most of us in the world anyway.

Click here to stream.

Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen


Tampa Bay’s WD-HAN return with rocky blues ”Shiver”

Rocking Indie-Blues band WD-HAN are based out of Tampa Bay in Florida and have just released their new broody bluesy rock ear-tingling ”Shiver”.

Tampa Bay’s WD-HAN lift us off our feet with the exciting entrance and then settle in to a fiery harmony with uplifting guitar and drum solos. Just what we needed. They have a gritty style that is fantastic with the vocal delivery which is clear and has you dancing along.

Shiver” is all about that feeling of meeting someone and they make you feel all goofy inside and have a huge smile on your face. You shiver as you think of them and they are all you really want in life.

After being around since 2008, WD-HAN just want to inspire through music so that they can make a positive impact on their listeners lives. They mend our hearts on ”Shiver” and this is a superb release.

Stream this rock flow here on Soundcloud.

Find out more about the Tampa band here on Facebook.

Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen