Much-lauded sibling duo Wild Belle debuts a new double A-side single, “Hurricane” b/w “Paralyzed,” today. Listen to “Hurricane” via Billboard here and stream “Paralyzed” here. Both new tracks were produced by Patrick Carney of The Black Keys with string arrangements by Mat Ulery. Proceeds from the release will go to support victims of recent hurricanes in the Caribbean through United For Puerto Rico and All Hands – U.S. Virgin Islands Hurricane Response.
The new music follows a surprise double A-side release last month: “Untamed Heart” and “Morphine Dreamer”—stream here and download here. Watch Wild Belle’s video for “Untamed Heart,” directed by the band’s Natalie Bergman and her Rude Girl Productions team here.
“Untamed Heart” was produced by Doc McKinney (The Weeknd) and Wild Belle’s own Elliot Bergman, while “Morphine Dreamer” was recorded with the legendary Daptone Records crew.
Wild Belle is an American rock band formed by siblings Elliot and Natalie Bergman. Raised in Chicago, the band is influenced by their extensive travels to Jamaica, blending Chicago soul with hints of early rock steady and reggae.
Producing their own albums, directing their videos and film clips, and also being individually sculptors, painters, poets and collage artists, Wild Belle have created a self contained universe of both art and sound. Wild Belle’s highly-anticipated third LP is set for release in 2018.