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Wayside Deliver Double Single “Parallax Error” & “Asymmetry”

Photo By: Cian Marangos

Wayside have shared a mesmerizing double single today with “Parallax Error” and “Asymmetry“. The rock duo teamed up with Grammy nominated producer, Will Yip to produce this pair of beautiful songs. Yip is no stranger to finding the most unique and talented bands on the rise and helping them craft their sound to its greatest potential. He has worked with artists like Title Fight, Code Orange, Movements, and La Dispute. Wayside is the perfect new prospect for this echelon of production. They have created songs that feel ethereal because of their ability to blend soft shoegaze and intense post-hardcore. The duo will crawl into your mind and build a home in your emotions.

Thomas Davenport and Josh Ehmer are the two minds behind Wayside. They have found influence from a multitude of places, mixing radio-friendly pop with aggressive grunge. When they were kids, it wasn’t uncommon to see bands like Limp Bizkit and Deftones sandwiched between massive pop stars like Britney Spears or *NSYNC on MTV. As they grew up and developed their own personal taste in music, they found community in their local music scene. Idolizing records like Citizen’s Youth and Title Fight’s Hyperview, they knew they needed to work with Yip to fully realize their own music.

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“We were asked what our #1 goal as artists were, to which we both replied…to work with Will Yip,” vocalist/guitarist Thomas Davenport shared. “From the very beginning songwriting was always our number one focus, so to be given the opportunity to work with Will was quite literally a dream come true. We both followed his career and had tremendous respect for him as a producer, but more importantly, as a songwriter.”

Check out their new visual for “Parallax Error” below!

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