The band's debut album 'My Love Is Cool' is set for release on June 22
Wolf Alice have shared a re-worked version of new single ‘Bros’.
The track will feature on the band’s upcoming debut album ‘My Love Is Cool’, which is set for release on June 22. Speaking about the song, which you can hear below, frontwoman Ellie Rowsell comments: “‘Bros’ is a sentimental tune to us, it’s grown and changed with us over the past couple of years, taking on different shapes and forms until it evolved into being this definitive album version. It’s an ode to childhood imagination and friendship and all the charm that comes with that. The live response to the song has been truly humbling.”
The band recently spoke to NME about the mix of genres on their Mike Crossey-produced debut album, saying “it’s 100 per cent not a grunge record” and that it “will surprise people”.
Ellie Rowsell detailed the band’s experimentation on the record, which will be their first release since 2014’s ‘Creature Songs’ EP. “It’s 100 percent not a grunge record. It’s a much braver record than that,” Rowsell said. “There’s a mix of genres on it. We’re using our instruments in different ways, like Joff [Oddie] using his guitar as a synth.” Watch the video for ‘Giant Peach’ below.
She continued: “We’ve been making sounds that don’t necessarily sound like guitar and experimenting with the way we use our voices. We’ve tried to match the emotion of the songs in how they’re performed and recorded, tried to make a sad song really feel and sound sad.”
The ‘My Love Is Cool’ tracklisting is:
‘Turn To Dust’
‘Your Loves Whore’
‘You’re A Germ’