Dead Wolf Club to release debut album on Scene Not Herd

Dead Wolf Club

Dead Wolf Club are: John Othello (vox/guitars), Alwin Fernandez (guitars), Martha Supajirawatananon (bass), Serra Petalle (drums)

This is DARK PUNK!

Dead Wolf Club specialise in loudness, quietness, darkness and light.

These 4 sonic teenage tykes met on a plane heading for Paris and hail from Tintagel home of King Arthur and Merlin. Their songs deal with the inner struggle and turmoil of mortality and the fire we need to keep burning in order to survive, mainly through the clashing of a broken down relationship with a cherry 2000 and probing into the schizophrenic mind of Philip K Dick.

Building themselves a reputation as a vitriolic live band, from the debris of smashed guitars Dead Wolf Club rise to present their debut album.

The band draws their bulk of influences from knitting, tea, comics, cardigans, Nintendo consoles and the crumbling city that is London.

The album encapsulates the band’s joint love of upbeat melodies; coupling loud guitars that collide against a frantic backdrop of delay pedals and often delicate, intricate drumming.
Themes of loneliness, longing, injustice and struggle resonate throughout their record.

Their main wish for their music to align the planets so that there is World Peace and Order forever.

1. Headful of Horrors
2. Radar
3. News at Ten
4. Allison
5. Creatures
6. Wave
7. Disappear
8. Colossus
9. Not What it Seems

In accompaniment of their debut release, they will be touring the UK – catch them on the following dates:
February 2012
1st Lincolnshire – Horncastle Old Nicks Tavern
2nd Leicester – Lock 42
3rd Doncaster – Social Bar
4th Inverness – Ironworks
5th Leeds – Brudenell Social Club
6th Coventry – Kasbah
7th Manchester – Night and Day
8th Bristol – Louisanna
9th London – album launch party
11th Southampton – Joiners Arms
12th Kilmarnock – Kilmarnock Festival

Latest tracks by Dead Wolf Club

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