Wynnm’s quicksilver sound is an elegant amalgamation of smooth folk and vital bass. Her music emerges from the dusty mirages of Arizona and the private mountains of Idaho and cycles to the electronic beats of her current residency in Amsterdam.
Though born amidst the sands and sunburnt rock faces of the Sonoran Desert in the Southwestern United States to an amateur harmonica player father and a first-generation Korean mother, Wynnm’s dark notes and honey-throated tones draw from experiences far beyond her landscape, circumstance, and family myths of origin. CD’s like Simon and Garfunkel, Bob Dylan, Moby, The Doors, and Creedence Clearwater Revival spun in the family car on long road trips. She came of age with a love for bass beats and albums by powerful female vocalists like Annie Lennox, Portishead, and Fiona Apple.
The unique recipe of catchy new single Where Did All The Years Go? is electronic folk pop with the distinctive voice and sound of Wynnm, infused with a dose of Amy Macdonald and a pinch of Massive Attack!
Soaked in uplifting synths and sporting a drive-down-the-highway-scream-singing-in-your-car-with-the-windows-down melody, Where Did All The Years Go? is a summery reconciliation with the past. It questions the notion of freedom, something that artist Wynnm has pondered deeply since her parent’s divorce almost half a decade ago. This song sits at the intersection of uplifting and nostalgic, where all the traffic lights are green, and you’re hiding behind your sunglasses as the café where you just left your long-time lover slowly diminishes in your rearview mirror.
Where Did All The Years Go? is out now!
Writer: Wynnm Murphy | ISRC: NL-C8O-20-00044
Wynnm’s breakout EP is set to be released this summer.