While touring through Toronto in support of their latest album release Visions of a Life, I had the pleasure of hosting interview round four with Ellie and Joel from Wolf Alice! Dive into our conversation on AMBY as we discuss beautifully eerie photographs, angsty songs, bringing fans on stage, magicians,
It's always a pleasure meeting up with alt-rockers Wolf Alice when they're through Toronto, and seeing them at their recent Molson Canadian Amphitheatre show with The 1975 and The Japanese House was no exception! Dive into our third interview with this amazing band as we discuss dream shows, camping at
On December 4th, AMBY faves Wolf Alice will return to Toronto to perform at The Phoenix with support from Brave Shores. Courtesy of Union Events, we’re giving away two pairs of tickets to the show!
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All of you AMBY readers and viewers know how much we love and support Wolf Alice. It's been incredible to see the success of the band and how far they've come from covering their shows years back before the release of their debut record My Love Is Cool. While the
On October 13th, English alternative-rock foursome Wolf Alice will play Los Angeles' Fonda Theatre with Drenge and Made Violent. Courtesy of Goldenvoice, we’re giving away a pair of tickets to the show!
To enter the giveaway, all you have to do is fill out the form below and write in your
On October 3rd, English alternative-rock foursome Wolf Alice will bring their debut record My Love Is Cool to Toronto's Adelaide Hall with support from Drenge and Made Violent. Courtesy of Embrace, A Music Blog, Yea? is giving away a pair of tickets to the sold-out show!
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We've teamed up with our friends at With A Bullet Promotion to contest one of our favourite records of the year. Which record, you might ask? My Love Is Cool, the debut studio record by English alt-rockers Wolf Alice. If you're also a fan of this terrific band, you can
It’s hard to label North London band Wolf Alice with any particular genre; the exuberant clash of folk tinged rock and psychedelic reverb-ed soaked guitars have led to being labelled as grunge and alternative rock, but the band themselves prefer being known for “rocky pop”.
The single ‘Giant Peach’ precedes
Before playing Toronto in support of their latest EP release Creature Songs, A Music Blog, Yea? had a chat with London alt-rock foursome Wolf Alice to discuss their upcoming debut My Love Is Cool, accomplishing their sound, dance moves and heels, and songs to lose their shit to. Fall in