Interview With Dead Wolf Club
CAPRICIOUS, TRENCHANT AND CATCHILY CORROSIVE
Dead Wolf Club specialise in loudness, quietness, darkness and light and switch between these seemingly incompatible antonyms with an assured capriciousness. Their songs deal with the inner struggle and turmoil of mortality and a general disillusionment with London (they’re originally from Tintagel, a Cornish town stooped in Arthurian legend). Swiftly garnering a reputation as a vitriolic live band (check out the smashed guitars in this intraview) they released their debut album – a melee of frantic guitars, delay pedals and delicate-yet-intricate drumming – at the beginning of the year. You can see a trailer below.
In a time when style and posturing seems more important than substance, Dead Wolf Club are attempting to buck that trend. Give your ears a spring clean and download Radar here. Like a smile, it costs nowt.