Dhruv Visvanath’s “Wild” gradually opens up like a flower. Dreamy vocals are brought into the mix next, with a style that draws upon the singer-songwriter style of the 1970s with the modern alternative stylings (e.g. Death Cab for Cutie) of the early oughts. With vocal harmonies kicking in nicely at the 2:15 mark, Wild is given a nice boost to its momentum that is further highlighted through the presence of stings and a clap track at about the 3 minute mark. Taken all together, the twists and turns in Dhruv Visvanath’s “Wild” are engaging and will keep fans hanging on every note.
Dhruv Visvanath “Wild” / Soundcloud