Sounds of Summer: Wilco and The Whole Love

Monday, August 01, 2011 | Things We Love

Shutterstock_1383107 Alt rock darlings Wilco are at it again. Their eighth studio album The Whole Love (out September 27) promises more of the progressive group’s signature blend of folk, country and roots rock. Fans of Yankee Hotel Foxtrot and the band’s self-titled seventh album have much to look forward to—the pre-released single “I Might” is a carefree jaunt full of catchy hooks that might just be this summer’s ultimate driving song. We just wish the rest of the album would get here sooner.

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