Bradenton Herald’s Mike Tokars reviewed Wild Root’s first single release, “Memento.”
<em>I’ve been listening to “Memento” all afternoon. It is a good song: a song for the middle-twenties—that bitter sweet part of life that is exciting and devastating, horrifying and beautiful. Lyrics like “Can’t fight/ Can’t learn/ Can’t see what I should discern—I feel so twisted” speak to a generation that is more lost than Ernest Hemingway or F. Scott Fitzgerald ever were, and it is independent artists like Wild Root who truly tap into that source, regardless of what Miley Cyrus thinks about her own contributions to pop.</em>
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