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About Mt. Wolf
MT. WOLF are the band you need to hear!
“Subtle Soundscapes, haunting vocals and broody bass" - Clash Magazine
“The most blogged about band on the internet" - Classic Pop Mag
“Enough hypnotic electronica to keep bassheads interested, while their folky roots and classical string instruments add depth to satisfy any weary soul" - MTV
“The band’s dreamy electronic-folk sound is surely destined for great things. " - London Evening Standard
“Self-starters to the fullest extent... selling out shows at London Heaven and across the country, standing out as one of the most promising new acts in the UK." - DIY
They are about to burst back onto the scene following the release of the EP Hex and their debut album Aetherlight last year.
Catch them at Low Four in Manchester, The Bullingdon at Oxford and Scala London during March 2018.
MT. WOLF tickets are on sale right so book yours now!
In 2015 they released the awesome EP Red. It features the title track of the same name, plus the song Hamburg.
“Red proves that with key elements remaining a band can not only make a come back but create new versatility through adversity while staying true to their sound. It’s created a new basis for fans to wait in expectation of more to come.” - Earmilk
Pertinently, both ‘Hamburg’ and ‘Red’ are fronted by the vocals of Sebastian Fox (Bassi) - the disbanding of Mt. Wolf after a packed-out Heaven headline in late 2013 having been precipitated by the departure of singer Kate Sproule. To say Kate’s decision to leave at that particular point was surprising, is something of an understatement- Mt Wolf had rounded out that year as one of the most-blogged about artists (their Soundcloud had logged over 1 million plays), with Radio spins from R1, 6Music and XFM, plus a spot on the UK Blog Sound of 2014 list alongside the likes of Marika Hackman and Wolf Alice. Industry backing was well mirrored by Mt. Wolf’s large fanbase- the Heaven headline which unintentionally became their swansong rounded-off a run of sold-out London dates- including Corsica Studios, XOYO and Union Chapel- all of which shifted tickets purely through word of mouth support.
And so 2014 passed- or at least nigh on all of it- with Mt. Wolf to all intents and purposes defunct, and remaining members Fox, Stevie McMinn and Alex Mitchell pursuing various musical projects independently. Until late November, when ‘Red’- bearing the band’s hallmark splice of electronic and acoustic elements, framed by lyrics which wryly nodded towards their extended absence- was stealthily uploaded to the band’s Soundcloud. 100,000 plays and yet another HypeM top 10 later, and the return of Mt. Wolf was stamped in no uncertain terms.
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