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.
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