The 'Visions Of A Life' cut got a US TV airing
Wolf Alice appeared on US TV last night, performing ‘Sadboy’ on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.
The track is taken from ‘Visions Of A Life’, Wolf Alice’s five-star rated latest album – the NME review dubbed it “a record so bold, brave and jaw-droppingly advanced it should sound out a secret ‘album of the year’ message when played backwards.”
Watch Wolf Alice bring ‘Sadboy’ to Colbert here.
Earlier this week, Wolf Alice got in the Christmas spirit with a festive cover of ‘Santa Baby’. The North London band took on the holiday staple – covered by everyone from Madonna to Kylie Minogue – for a Spotify session, recorded at Strongroom Studios in East London.
Meanwhile, Wolf Alice headlined their biggest ever gig at London’s Alexandra Palace last week.
NME‘s Rhian Daly wrote of the show: “If Wolf Alice arrived a long time ago, then tonight essentially serves as their coronation into the elite. Alexandra Palace is packed with 10,000 people ready to watch them make that step up, and they’re not left disappointed.”
The band recently concluded their UK and Ireland tour, which included shows in Newcastle, Nottingham, Birmingham, Norwich, Leeds, Brighton, Southampton, Belfast and Dublin, as well as the London show at Alexandra Palace.
They head on tour in North America from today, kicking things off tonight (December 1) with a show at Danforth Music Hall in Toronto.