Go Wolf met at a random poetry night in a Belfast barber shop, enjoyed each others’ poems and a similar dress sense, got talking, decided to form a band, and quickly became one of the most talked-about new names in the Belfast music scene. Having recently supported the likes of The 1975, CSS and London Grammar, the band have finally decided to release their much anticipated new single called One More Night.
One More Night is an infectious artful synth-pop song, which resembles Wild Beasts, Phoenix and The Killers at their best. Catchy and sophisticated vocal lines, rhythmic drum patterns and straight to the point production make it a memorable and accessible blend of all the right ingredients that will stick in one’s mind and make for a perfect sing-along summer track. The pulsing and toothsome arrangement brings creativity, positivity and subtlety into the surface and produces a 3 minute 30 seconds experience of pure fun.
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Go Wolf peddle an unlikely variant of 80s synth-pop cut with 21st-century electro-indie edge resulting in a slick yet endearing new single One More Night which will be available for sale and download 2nd June.
“Their track Voices expresses a freshening juvenile pop touch, which effortlessly hits the target. California’s dreaming without overdoing it, to put it in a nutshell!” – Kitsuné
“There’s not that many bands these days who can do the indie disco thing – that is make songs that appeal to headphones / live settings, who you can also play in an indie club, but Go Wolf have certainly latched on to bigger possibilities.” – Nialler9
“The Kitsuné– alligned band have buzzing, muscular, addictive electro-pop running through their veins and a barrage of tracks which already sound damn glorious and quite gorgeous.” – Irish Times
“It results in a song that comes over like The XX lent some extra bounce and brightness. They look and sound right together.” – Hot Press