Tonedeaf presents series | Without Wolves | December 2011 | Rock City Networks
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One of the most hectic live shows you will see this year, sporting something like the guitar sounds of At The Drive In and the vocals of We Are Scientists, Without Wolves are the young talents of Harry Newling, Dave Rollo, Jay Gargaro and Nick Krstic.
Hailing from the Victorian surfing hotbeds of Torquay and the Mornington Peninsula, Without Wolves have already cemented their fast aggressive indie pop in Australia’s surf culture, invited to play the Tracks magazine annual party during the 50th Rip Curl Pro at Bells Beach earlier this year.
After making their emergence on the live scene in early 2010, Without Wolves hit the studio to record their debut EP ‘Lights Out In Finland’ at Basin Studios, set for official release on October 28th.
Drawing inspiration from Bloc Party, Foals and Death From Above, their new single ‘Night Life Circus’ combines scratchy intricate guitars, 80’s inspired synth, pop bass lines, fast paced beats and distinct vocals. Download it for free at triplejunearthed.com/withoutwolves.
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