VIDEO: INTERVIEW – Wolf Alice Talk Political Songs, American Audiences

With the release of their second studio album in mid-2017, Visions of A Life, Wolf Alice not only avoided the dreaded “sophomore slump” but managed to demonstrate the success of their debut, My Love Is Cool, was no fluke. “On the first record maybe we were trying to hold back certain as pects, stylistic things,” says guitarist Joff Oddie. “With this one, we thought ‘we can do what we want’.” There’s a range of sounds on the album that still easily identifiable as Wolf Alice. From the “monster-folk-rock of “Sadboy”, the intensity of released frustrations on “Yuk

PHOTO REVIEW: Wolf Alice – Rickshaw Stop, San Francisco, CA 7/24/2017

It’s only been two years since Wolf Alice released their debut album My Love Is Cool but it’s felt like longer, as the band had been touring non-stop in support of the material. Along the way, the band garnered numerous accolades, award nominations and an immense and loyal fanbase. The London-based band finally has new music to share, having released two singles from their forth-coming sophomore album, Visions Of A Life, which will be released on September 29 via Dirty Hit Records/RCA Records. "Yuk Foo" and “Don’t Delete the Kisses” are a taste of what’s to come

PHOTOS: Wolf Alice – San Francisco Oct. 15, 2015

2015 has been a breakout year for London-based band, Wolf Alice. The band kicked off the year blowing away audiences at SXSW 2015 in the lead up to the release of their debut, My Love Is Cool. A rigorous tour schedule that included numerous festival stops at Glastonbury, Lollapalooza in Berlin, Outside Lands, Austin City Limits and others helped catapult the band's profile amongst critics and fans alike while simultaneously, the track "Bros" got strong airplay at US alternative rock radio. It was just announced that My Love Is Coolis nominated for this year's prestigious Mercury Prize, an annual music

VIDEO: Interview – Wolf Alice Talk Love Songs, New Album

Wolf Alice started out as a folk-pop duo with lead singer and guitarist Ellie Rowsell and Joff Oddie but expanded to a four-piece as their sound evolved to more rock/grunge fare. The band released two EPs, Blush in 2013 and Creature Songs in 2014, which garnered the band critical success in Europe with stints at numerous festivals including Glastonbury 2014. Their live shows are raucous and gritty and expand upon the band’s recorded material to envelop audience members. Wolf Alice recently played SXSW and is on the road in the U.S. as they prepare for the release