(taken from Visions Of A Life album, out 29 September 2017
via Liberator Music/ Dirty Hit)

Feedback For Comeback Single, ‘Yuk Foo’
Frankly, it’s the most willfully non-commercial, daring, addictive, and downright genius comeback single from a band we’ve heard in some timeClash

Feedback For New Single, ‘Don’t Delete The Kisses’
Wolf Alice take a giant leap forward on the cinematic, golden ‘Don’t Delete The Kisses’

We’re here to tell you that it’s an absolute peach– DIY

There’s a reason why Wolf Alice sit at the head of the chargeDORK

Wolf Alice, one of the biggest breakthrough independent bands of recent years, make their eagerly anticipated return, announcing their new album Visions Of A Life will be released on 29 September via Dirty Hit / Liberator Music, and available for pre-order now. Following the release of first single ‘Yuk Foo’, which has been hailed from all corners of the globe as a bold and exhilarating comeback, comes the next single, ‘Don’t Delete The Kisses’.

Listen to ‘Don’t Delete The Kisses’ here

The band’s progression and maturity as songwriters is particularly obvious in the beautifully paced, sweet and slow-burning ‘Don’t Delete The Kisses’, a dizzyingly romantic track that tells of the delicious agony of unspoken love between friends over softly twinkling guitar and a steady rhythm. The new single has been added to full rotation on triple j.

Wolf Alice are Ellie Rowsell (vocals, guitar), Joff Oddie (guitar, vocals), Theo Ellis (bass) and Joel Amey (drums, vocals). The band’s 2015 debut album My Love Is Cool hit No. 2 in the UK charts in June of that year, and No. 12 on the Billboard alternative albums chart in the US. They were nominated for the Mercury prize, Ivor Novello Award, a Brit for Breakthrough Act and Grammy for Best Rock Performance, and took an NME Award for Best Live Band. They crisscrossed the UK, the US, Australia (Falls Festival 2014, Splendour in the Grass 2015 + headline shows), Japan and Europe on the mother of all two-year tours.

When Wolf Alice finally came off the road, instead of floundering or foundering, they channelled their restless energy into a forward motion. Regrouping in London, they spent intense weeks in the rehearsal room, working out their experiences in a wealth of new material. With the bones of Visions Of A Life in place, they headed to Los Angeles to turn the songs into an album with producer Justin Meldal-Johnsen (Paramore, Tegan and Sara, Beck, Nine Inch Nails). Tom Elmhirst (David Bowie, Arcade Fire, Adele) mixed the record.

Visions Of A Life is fundamentally a personal album, and one of great growth for Wolf Alice. From opener ‘Heavenward’ – a cloudburst of shoegazey guitar and vaulting vocals – through to the epic, eight-minute closing title track, it’s packed with surprises for those who think they know what Wolf Alice’s shtick is.

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