Feedback Session: Wes Swing

Feedback recently caught up with Wes Swing at his gorgeous practice space on a local farm, where the local cello wiz kid said he’s in the final stages of recording a new full-length record. Never one to be caught off guard, Swing, drummer Brian Caputo and singer Sophia Brunner were ready to sample a few tracks on camera. If you’ve ever seen Swing perform, you’ll know you’re in for a treat: hummable, evocative melodies plucked out on a cello, drizzled with outside-the-box percussion, and served over a rich set of loops. Take a peek below.

Wes Swing.

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