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WOUNDEDSPiRiT: FOREVER young

The year was 1989. Tim Burton had just released his version of Batman, the reality of Cops on Fox was taking the world by storm, and groups such as En Vogue, The Rembrandts, and West Bromwich’s WOUNDEDSPiRiT formed. For the next six years, WOUNDEDSPiRiT played everywhere they could and impressed the likes of Steve Wright at Radio 1. While they had a run in Spain in 2000, the band seemed to come to an end after that. That is until 2016. They got back together for a Judgestock show and by the following year were back in the studio working on the first song for their debut album, 2018’s FOREVER young.

With a sound that falls under a variety of umbrellas, WOUNDEDSPiRiT could fit in a multitude of places. FOREVER young not only incorporates various styles but topics as well. From songs about love like “Love is By My Side” and “She Knows” to more political tunes such as “Fake News” and “STANDUP,” it’s clear that the