Wolf Gang initially formed as a solo project by London musician Max McElligott, but has since evolved into a full-on collaborative effort between its four members. Wolf Gang’s debut album, Suego Faults, produced by Dave Fridmann (MGMT, The Flaming Lips) came out in 2011. Although those songs were a reflection of McElligott’s individual musical sensibility, as the band toured extensively on the songs, Wolf Gang transformed the songs into vibrant live collaborations, leading McElligott to officially make the band a four-piece. Inspired to work together, the musicians decamped to Berlin to write songs that fully encapsulated their live experience and contained the sort of energy the band was able to generate onstage, resulting in Black River. The songs reflect a true melding of all four musicians’ sensibilities, which is something you can hear throughout the EP. “It’s great to hear everyone’s personality and style on the record” McElligott says. “This is a real progression for us in that sense because it’s a full-bodied piece of work that reflects all our characters and emotions.”

Wolf Gang Premieres "Black River" Video from their 'Black River' EP, now out on Cherry Tree records

Wolf Gang Premieres “Black River” Video

Wolf Gang have premiered their video for “Black River.” The band said, “There is throughout the film both a dark intensity and a natural beauty that we think matches the musical and lyrical journey of the song really well;

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Wolf Gang To Release Black River EP On April 29 on Cherrytree Records Announces dates starting May 8th in Dallas. The single "Black River" is now streaming

Wolf Gang announce Black River EP

UK-based indie rock band Wolf Gang will be releasing a new EP, Black River via Cherrytree Records, home to British acts like Ellie Goulding, Disclosure and La Roux. The forthcoming EP,

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