They have caused a stir with singles Whatabitch and Your Four Limbs (Chess Club) winning fans at radio and storming live shows including literally bringing the tent down at Latitude festival. The band’s early work culminated in the Static Bleed EP, which they made with producer Richard Causon, who has made music with artists including Ryan Adams, Ethan Johns, Rufus Wainwright and Kings of Leon.
Now renamed The Wolfnotes, Kurran, Chris and Ben have recently completed work on their first full length album We Share A Ghost with producer Cam Blackwood (We Are Scientists, Viva Brother, CSS). The album builds on the majestic folk vibe of the Static Bleed EP, with Kurran’s compelling lyrics meditating on everything from mortality to indecisive girlfriends. But this time around his band is unafraid to show its pop sensibilities, as demonstrated by first single Upper Atmosphere, which blends Beach Boys harmonies with Kurran’s trademark barroom drawl in the band’s most upbeat offering to date.
The Wolfnotes ran a successful campaign with Pledge Music to release their debut album. The band credits the Pledge campaign as giving them a renewed energy and excitement to interact with the fanbase to create and share their music, and has been making a whole host of exclusive content and session videos available to fans throughout the campaign.