We Came From Wolves effortlessly blend their influences on second EP Paradise Place, writing accessible, youthful rock that balances anthemic sing-along choruses and awe inspiring melodies. The EP is released via Saraseto Records on 3rd March 2014.
EP title track "Paradise Place" is available to download now via the ABoF Soundcloud page.
In just four perfectly formed tracks, the band manage to display different shades of songwriting that flits from the cerebral opening title track, ‘Paradise Place’ to the youthfully exuberant, Biffy Clyro-esque ‘A Bastard Son, A Brother To None’ - a track that you’ll find hard not to belt out as the band lead you into one of the catchiest choruses you’ll hear in a while. Elsewhere on the EP there are hints of contemporaries Kids In Glass Houses and Twin Atlantic - big epic rock hooks being We Came From Wolves’ trademark.
The Glasgow based band comprise of Kyle Charles James Burgess (guitar, lead vocals), Robert Whytock (bass, vocals), Taylor White (guitar) and Harrison White (drums). In their short time together, they have already tackled two UK tours, the first of which culminated in their first overseas show in Paris, and the second a non-stop 30 date jaunt taking them around the O2 Academy circuit and a selection of some of the best small venues in the UK. They have also supported Northern Irish Goliaths And So I Watch You From Afar and their mighty compatriots Frightened Rabbit at a sold out show in their hometown of Perth. All three of their singles from debut EP Cope secured them airplay on BBC Radio One’s Introducing amongst others, racking up around 10,000 views for their first and only music video to date. The band are headed for even more success with latest offering Paradise Place, which sees a progression in song writing, musicianship and deliverance.
With support already coming from Rock Sound, BBC Radio 1’s Ally McCrae, Amazing Radio’s Jim Gellatly and mentions on Drowned in Sound and strong local support in Scotland, We Came From Wolves are ready to make 2014 their year.
Paradise Place will be released via Saraseto Records on 3rd March 2014.