Irene Wilde Presents

The Portrayal of

A Dignified Experience

Faithfully Presented As an Artist Deserving.

I. Wilde

In A

Musical Memoir Known As

The Blackest Bile

Part One: Melancholia | Part Two: Spleen | Part Three: Pyrrhicae

  • Melancholia

    “An artist shares intimate details regarding the symptoms of her disorder. Disclaimer: underneath a haunt pop exterior lies gut-wrenching lyrical catharsis.”

    Released September 10, 2020 independently as Irene Wilde’s debut, self-produced extended play. Written in the thralls of a bipolar episode, the four tracks vividly depict mental disorder and its subsequent symptoms. It is an extended play that both shares the intimate viewpoint of an artist coping with her illness, while simultaneously being withdrawn, anxious, and impersonal.

  • Spleen

    "In a hauntingly raw production of sound and lyrical gravity, an artist offers up her pain, her spleen full of the blackest bile, in hope that you may too purge yourself of this.”

    Released November 20, 2020, Irene Wilde offers up her pain in Spleen. Within her first full-length album, the blackest bile is ever present. It is in the gut-wrenching honesty of the lyrics; it is in this damning sense of grief in her raw, minimalistic production. But still, despite this feeling of struggling to stay afloat in that thick, opaque liquid of heartache and sound, it pleads with you to try.

  • Pyrrhicae

    “A woman frees herself of her own stigma as she dances around that self-hating pyre she once helped build.”

    Pyrrhicae is not an album that jumps for joy and exclaims that all is good and fair. It is the complicated, bittersweet love story of trying. For that hope of life and love isn’t sequestered by any amount of madness. And to have been in the muck does not nullify you from being deserving of happiness. Pyrrhicae is Irene’s dance back to herself by finding the strength to be open & unshielded to the world so that she may experience that something other: the good too.

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The Blackest Bile's

Dark and Smart

The Official Art Collection

Dive into the Depths of The

Official Lyric Booklets

All booklets include a bandcamp Download and Artist Curated Resource Guide

Wear The Blackest Bile's

Official Apparel

Hand Printed by Irene, Limited Run

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ANd REmember

You Are Not Alone in Feeling.

x Baby, Please


With Love and Hope,

Irene Wilde