Glasgow four-piece We Came From Wolves now unveil their second EP 'Paradise Place' through Saraseto Records, alongside a gritty video for the title track which features some unhappy people trying to go about their daily lives.
The video features a depressed looking girl alone in her flat while an angry looking young man takes to the streets, eating at a café for breakfast and later taking to the pub with some new found friends to play pool and get drunk. It appears that the pair are in a struggling relationship, as he looks through his phone while sat at a bar while she slams her laptop shut angrily at the same time. We also get glimpses of various pub antics such as drinking, fights and a live rock band, the sort of thing one would expect from a neglected small town with few opportunities. The song oozes an angry but dejected vibe with melodic vocals and yet hard-hitting guitar riffs and thumping drums.
The band; who are singer Kyle Charles James Burgess, bassist Robert Whytock, guitarist Taylor White and drummer Harrison White; have only been together a short time and have already assembled an army of fans from two huge tours. They'll be hitting the road again this Spring alongside Crackity Flynn.
Glasgow based band We Came From Wolves are making waves in Scotland with their epic, anthemic, heartfelt rock sound. Their latest EP 'Paradise Place' is a strong statement of intent as the band plan to release their debut album later in the year. They take some time out to chat to us about their influences, hopes for the band and to give us an introduction into their world.
Contactmusic: How did you come up with the name We Came From Wolves?
We Came From Wolves: Without sounding like a complete nerd, I'm very into mythology and love the Romulus and Remus story regarding the founders of Rome being abandoned infants who were found and raised by a she-wolf and then created the biggest empire known to man, so the name comes from that tale.
CM: How did you guys meet?
WCFW: Our hometown of Perth isn't a very big place so you kind of know, or at least know of, anyone who is in the scene and in bands. We had all played in a bunch of different bands and had met through shows and stuff.
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