Wolfmothers new single 'Love Train' is currently the soundtrack for the new iPod advert in their US, Canadian and Australian campaigns, reinforcing the increasing and infectious hold Wolfmother possess over the cross-generational audience they've created. Old and young, they don't care; Wolfmother encapsulates such spirit that it is impossible to refuse their hollering anthems. and you would be a fool not to.
Click here to watch the awesome new video from Wolfmother for their new single 'Love Train'.
Johnny Knoxville and the folks at Jackass have also taken a shine to the band with 'Joker and the Thief' being the lead track to their new Spike Jonze produced Jackass 2 movie due out in the UK in October. This film is set to be huge and Wolfmother's new friends Johnny Knoxville and Steve-O appear in the video to Joker and the Thief (single out November).
See them live:
November 8th Leeds University
November 9th Manchester Academy
November 10th Birmingham Carling Academy
November 12th Bristol Carling Academy
November 15th London Brixton Academy
Wolfmother are: Andrew Stockdale (guitar & vocals), Chris Ross (bass & organ) and Myles Heskett (drums).
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