Somerset, UK - Those Glastonbury campers who were actually in bed rather than partying at Shangri La didn’t get a great night’s sleep, woken by heavy overnight rain drumming on tents, followed by more early morning precipitation. It hardly dampened spirits; though, the result of the EU referendum still weighed heavily. An opinion poll by The Times
Los Angeles – Today, London-based rock band, Wolf Alice, announce they will be joining The 1975 on their U.S. tour. In addition to Wolf Alice’s own headlining U.S. tour and their dates with The 1975, the critically acclaimed four-piece will be supporting electronic band, Chrvrches, for shows in Oakland and Las Vegas. They will also be making a
New York – Today, London rockers, Wolf Alice, reveal the music video for “Freazy”, the latest UK single off of their debut album My Love Is Cool. The band worked with up and coming directors, Youth Hymns, to create a mind-bending video, in which the foursome explores the secrets of a psychedelic forest in a
New York – London-based rock band, Wolf Alice, announce their U.S. Spring Headline Tour in support of their debut album entitled My Love Is Cool, out now via Dirty Hit/RCA Records. The tour will begin April 1st in Philadelphia, PA and will include stops in Boston, MA, New York City, and Denver, CO. Tickets go on sale this Friday, November
Chicago – For months I had been told to check out Wolf Alice, and for months I disobeyed the orders. From friends and fellow music journalists, to DJs on the radio, it seemed everyone and their mom was praising the U.K. foursome, who I knew only from the alternative radio single “Moaning Lisa Smile.” When I
New York – North London quartet Wolf Alice, comprised of Ellie Rowsell, Joel Amey, Joff Oddie and Theo Ellis, officially release their debut LP My Love Is Cool June 23rd on Dirty Hit Records. The album is highly anticipated after the release of several EPs, international tours (read a review of their recent Austin gig covered by BestNewBands
Austin – North London’s Wolf Alice supposedly has roots as a folk band, but you would never guess it hearing their Holy Mountain set in Austin last Friday. The setlist was front loaded with the group’s loudest indie/hard rock hybrids, songs like “Fluffy” and “She”, carefully engineered with lengthy instrumental breaks for relieving head-thrashing urges.
Brooklyn – The biggest cliché in band names during the 2000s was ‘wolf.’ For a while, it seemed like if a band didn’t have an extraneous consonant, they had some reference to wolves doing something wolves don’t normally do: Wolf Parade, Wolfmother, Sea Wolf, and about a bajillion others. Eventually, a moratorium was called and