Brooklyn by way of New Zealand quintet Streets of Laredo (comprised of close-knit family members Daniel, Dave, and Sarahjane Gibson) return on Dine Alone Music with their sophomore album, Wild. The band recruited esteemed producer John Agnello (Kurt Vile, Sonic Youth, Dinosaur Jr.) to record the album at Dreamland Studios in upstate New York. Although they had taken a traditional approach to their debut, writing on acoustic instruments and recording with minimal studio manipulation, Streets of Laredo saw Wild as an opportunity to experiment. Mixing rolling lyrics reminiscent of Bob Dylan with a golden era of indie rock sound, lead single "99.9%" manages to be both honest and hopeful in the face of everything going on in the world today. The album carries this energy throughout it, with charming folk melodies, sparkling guitars and warm horns gliding over poppy, driving beats. From its mellows to its highs, Wild is a full, fragrant record.