Wőlves are a Scottish Borders and Fife fusion indie Rock ‘n’ Roll band that formed in 2015 after a chance encounter at T In The Park between two friend groups, with a passion of authentic rock and roll. What the band lack in years the certainly made up for it with exposure and relentless gigging. The impressive live display from The Wőlves has gained them a mass following and seen them sharing the stage with likes of Gerry Cinnamon, Vigo Thieves and Brit-pop legends Cast.
Yesterday the band released their latest single video “Animal” on YouTube, The video features location shots of band members on The Fourth Road Bridge and on introductory of this video the sirens ring out, how fitting for this particular video. While filming scenes for “Animal” on the Fourth Road Bridge the band where quickly interrupted as police arrive on set and shut down the bridge stopping the shoot in its tracks.
Frontman Jim said “It was all a bit surreal. The Police had received reports from members of the public of someone on the bridge. So the bridge was closed off and the video shoot was stopped in a hail of sirens. The police were great with us and allowed us to finish the filming.”
This Friday the band are set to open for a sold out show at The Voodoo Rooms in Edinburgh to mark a 10 year celebration of the band The Sunshine Underground, who will be performing a unique intimate acoustic show. They will also be joined by local and growing roots band The Rising Souls
“There is nothing better than supporting a band who deliver, this is why we do what we do, to share stages with superb acts. The Sunshine Underground will bring the sunshine we’ll bring the moonlight and we will blame it on Michael Jackson.”
Fife indie rock fusion band Wolves release single Animal