Lets get lost in WILDERADO Ryan April 12, 2017 Now, I don’t know about you, but I usually don’t expect much from openers. I swear I say this a lot. Don’t get me wrong, I know that most openers are still getting a start and refining their sound. However, every once in a while I get happily surprised. To say that is a complete understatement for Sunday night’s Judah and the Lion show. Enter WILDERADO.These four dudes jump up on stage and proceeded to casually rock my entire world. From incredible chord progressions to their well-matched harmonies, everything seemed to effortlessly flow from their fingers and lips straight to my ears. That’s the main word here: effortless.Signed to IAMSOUND after being formed in 2016, these guys are in it to win it. Keep your eyes on them, because they’re not staying small for long.WILDERADO at the Knitting Factory in Boise, ID 4/9To be honest, I can’t stop listening to these guys. The power of their vocals compared with their interesting, yet sometimes humoring lyrics really leave me wishing I could have their music on repeat every day.I wasn’t shocked to find that I was already following WILDERADO on Spotify, as their music is making it’s way over the internet into the hearts of many. In fact, Billboard complimented them on their hooks and enjoyable texture.As for finding these dudes near you, they’ll be at Bonnaroo this year. Check out more of their touring locations on their website. Send Wilderado some love: http://wilderado.co/ Sara Bateman We couldn’t believe how amazing they were.! And the nicest, most humble guys too!AMAZING show!