The Wildhearts

About The Wildhearts

Maintaining, at best, a cult following in the U.S., England's Wildhearts are the beloved workhorse underdogs of U.K. hard rock. Starting out in the early 1990s, the Wildhearts, led by iconic frontman Ginger, went as much against the grain as a band could during the Britpop explosion of the era. The Wildhearts blended hard rock, punk, metal, and pop melodies for a sound that had more in common with Guns 'N Roses and American hair metal than Madchester party bands. The band released numerous albums and EPs throughout their long career, and saw several singles do quite well on the U.K. charts. A beloved anomaly in the world of U.K. pop and rock, the Wildhearts continue to soldier on into the new millennium.

Newcastle Upon Tyne, England
Hard Rock
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