By: Lucy Pearce
15 November, 2017, 20:00
Alternative rock band Wolf Alice have gained a sturdy name for themselves in the British guitar music era with their unique nostalgia laced sound. Since the release of their debut album My Love Is Cool back in 2015, the band have gained a huge following and latest album Visions Of A Life has only shown their immense shape-shifting ability further. From beautifully breezy harmony fuelled track ‘Don’t Delete The Kisses’ to the noisy teeth grinding punk belly of ‘Yuk Foo’, Wolf Alice have produced an exciting mix of grungy guitars and dreamy synth that’s guaranteed to keep you interested.
Born and raised in north London the four-piece started off in 2010 as an acoustic duo with the stunning vocals of Ellie Rowsell and skilled guitarist Joff Oddie. Since then, they’ve succeeded far beyond what they imagined and are now selling out shows across the UK and America. Between storming festivals around Europe and starring in the band-based drama ‘On The Road’, Wolf Alice are busy. Their current tour lands them in Southampton on 21st November and it’s set to be a raucous night of jumping to muddy guitars and euphoric vocals.