Wilderado: Sold Out Headline at The Windjammer (Photos + Recap)

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    Wilderado: Sold Out Headline at The Windjammer (Photos + Recap)
    Published: June 26, 2024

    Wilderado’s sold out show on Isle of Palms, 6/21/24. Photo by Clif Rhodes (@clif.rhodes.photo)

    Wilderado has been on a steady rise in the world of indie rock. Their sold-out show last Friday, June 21st, on the Windjammer’s beachfront stage is just one sign of their growing popularity. They are gearing up to release their second full-length album, Talker, on September 20th, and based on the singles released so far and their current trajectory, it’s probably going to be their biggest album yet.

    “I’m proud to say we made an album that feels like home and weathers who we are,” frontman Max Reiner says.

    At the Windjammer, the crowd was treated to selections from Talker, from which a few singles have been released thus far, including the most recent “Bad Luck,” released on June 18th.

    Reiner has a certain relatable quality to him. He comes across as just a regular guy with a guitar, who just happens to write tender, heartfelt folk rock songs. The new album captures this essence with delicately-crafted tunes about life and its small moments of beauty, heartbreak, love, and growth.

    The group has played Charleston several times, including twice in 2023—once opening for My Morning Jacket, and then an afternoon set at Darius Rucker’s Riverfront Revival last fall. However, nothing quite compared to their recent show on Isle of Palms. It was their second time on that stage, the first being in September 2022, but the first time they sold it out.

    Wilderado on Instagram after the show about how much they love The Windjammer, stating, “The Windjammer in South Carolina has to be a top 5 venue.” We also love The Windjammer, Wilderado. Thanks for supporting independent venues!

    Photographer Clif Rhodes was in the mix on Friday night, capturing the evening for Extra Chill. Enjoy a photo gallery from the show below.

    Wilderado – “Bad Luck” (2024)

    Wilderado at The Windjammer – 6/21/24 (Photos)

    All photos by Clif Rhodes (@clif.rhodes.photo).

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