GRAM ASH is a project of Wyatt Whit. A Nashville suburbs dwelling, bedroom-pop conjuring, idealistic but realistic in nature – the artist surrounds himself with his depictions of what can or cannot be in his world view.
His musical view, that is.
Synths is the name of the game in his latest of EPs. ‘Hours’ is a scintillating involvement of dreams and fantasies, mixed in with sprinkles of the world that we sometimes want to put in the corner of our minds. Or at least swirl it into a blend of blue hues and more palatable noms.
But what attracts us to Wyatt and GRAM ASH is the utter strength of talent expressed in his varied amounts of outputs that are all so very good to your listening soul.
With already several EPs and singles published starting from 2017, the 20 year old is on a mission of sorts, to pull apart the sometimes vague affections from indie and its variety of forms.
Based in traditional indie-rock, then blooming from that genesis, the quality of production, substance, are evident in GRAM ASH’s singles.
Love, relationships, confusion, relaxation, completeness – questions to ponder.
This time around, we just get to do it with GRAM ASH.
Take a look see at this project.