Patrick Wolf Live In The NME Office

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Patrick Wolf dropped into the NME office recently to play a very special live set right here amongst our desks. In front of a specially invited audience of his most dedicated fans, Wolf played a couple of tracks from his recent retrospective album 'Sundark & Riverlight', which is out now on Bloody Chamber Music. He also threw in a very special cover of a classic Sixties protest song. Watch them all below:




Dating back to his 2003 debut, Lycanthropy, 'Wolf Song', Wolf has reworked his namesake song acoustically for his new album:

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Patrick Wolf takes to the harp for this version of 'Wind In The Wires', originally the title track of his 2005 album but here as it appears on 'Sundark & Riverlight':

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Patrick Wolf has often cited Buffy Sainte-Marie as an influence, and during his session he covered her classic anti-war anthem 'Universal Soldier'. The song was also famously covered by Donovan:

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