Wye Oak have announced a 10th anniversary reissue of their 2011 LP Civilian, sharing “Electricity,” a previously unreleased song from 2009. The 2xLP features the original album, along with a second disc of rarities and B-sides. Check out “Electricity,” whose lyrics inspired the album title, below.
Of the unearthed song, Andy Stack said in a statement:
Wye Oak’s last release was the 2020 EP No Horizon, recorded with the Brooklyn Youth Chorus. Read “Wye Oak’s Jenn Wasner on Songwriting as Self-Acceptance” on the Pitch.
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Cut All the Wires: 2009–2011:
02 Civilian (Demo)
03 No Words
05 Half a Double Man
06 Sinking Ship
07 Two Small Deaths (Daytrotter Session)
08 Holy Holy (Demo)
10 Black Is the Color
11 Ten Fingers
12 I’m Proud