About the Artist
Rabbit Wilde wrote the bulk of the Southern Winters EP on the road, in bits and pieces, between the warm wheated tones of the Midwest and the shivering pines and rambling rivers of the Pacific Northwest that they call home. Rooted deeply in the front-porch songbook of American acoustic music but never afraid to move outside the bounds of tradition, their music is alive and effusive with the shared connection and exploration of the human experience.
Their 2013 debut The Wild North propelled the band out of the woods and into the national spotlight. While melodically cohesive, the three primary songwriters intertwine their own stories and themes throughout the record. “Our home in the Northwest is a consistent influence on our music” says vocalist / guitarist Miranda Zickler, “but we’re also hugely inspired by all the traveling we do, and a lot of our writing ends up being rooted in a restlessness and changing landscapes, both literal and figurative.”