Wolf People, recently shared their new single, “Night Witch,” from their forthcoming album, Ruins, out November 11th on Jagjaguwar. Recorded in Devon, Isle Of…Read More
The brainchild of singer and guitarist Jack Sharp, Wolf People started in 2005 when Sharp recorded a demo album in the English town of Bedford. Named after the children’s book Little Jacko and the Wolf People, the band is a throwback to the bluesy psychedelia of Cream, Traffic, and early Jethro Tull, tackling the sounds of the past with a kind of nostalgic reverence. To fill out the lineup, Sharp recruited drummer Tom Watt, guitarist Joe Hollick, and bassist Dan Davies. The band released a few singles and EPs before pulling off a bit of a coup on the other side of the pond, becoming the first British band to sign to the indie label Jagjaguwar. Wolf People had a busy release year in 2010, putting out both the Tidings collection and their first proper album, Steeple. The more theatrical and psych-touched sophomore album Fain arrived in 2013.
UK band Wolf People’s forthcoming full-length Ruins, comes out November 11th, via Jagjaguwar. Recorded in Devon, Isle Of Wight and London, Ruins is their…Read More
Jagjaguwar’s British band Wolf People have announced their brand new limited vinyl 12″, When The Fire is Dead in the Grate. The single includes two new songs as well as two cuts from their April 2013 release, Fain. The 12″ will be released on December 3rd, 2013.Read More
Wolf People will embark on their first ever North American tour dates with Unknown Mortal Orchestra in October. The two week run will take…Read More