Wolf Alice Visions Of A Life

“Visions Of A Life… sees Wolf Alice bolder and more boundary-breaking than ever” – Dazed

“Wolf Alice is ready to shock you” – The FADER

“An angrier, catchier, just plain greater second album” – NME

“The Londoners’ latest bursts with glorious ferocity” – Observer

“The best band of the decade just stepped it up” – DIY

Wolf Alice, one of the biggest breakthrough independent bands of recent years, made their eagerly anticipated return with their second album Visions Of A Life – OUT NOW via Dirty Hit / Liberator Music. Following the release of 2017 radio hits ‘Don’t Delete The Kisses’ – which was the #1 most played track on triple j – and ‘Beautifully Unconventional’, comes their new single, ‘Space & Time’.  

Listen to ‘Space & Time’ here

Wolf Alice will be arriving in Australia and New Zealand later this month to tour exclusively for Laneway Festival 2018.

Visions Of A Life, the follow-up to their 2015 debut LP My Love Is Cool, made countless ‘best of 2017’ lists, named in top three best albums of 2017 by NME, Q and Drowned in Sound & locally across Sydney Morning Herald, TheMusic, Coup De Main, Pilerats, and more.

In the lead-up to the release of Visions Of A Life, the band revealed four tracks – the exhilarating rage-rush that was Yuk Foo’ (premiered by Annie Mac on BBC Radio 1), the beautifully paced, sweet and slow-burning Don’t Delete The Kisses(premiered on Beats 1), the anthemic celebration of individuality that is single ‘Beautifully Unconventional’ (A-List on NNC Radio 1) and final teaser, ‘Heavenward’, a cloudburst of shoegazey guitar and vaulting vocals.

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.

Visions Of A Life is fundamentally a personal album, and one of great growth for Wolf Alice. From opener ‘Heavenward’ 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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