Australian Duo, The Wolfe Brothers, Release New Album ‘Livin’ The Dream’


Includes collaboration with acclaimed UK country duo, The Shires

LONDON, U.K. – (14 April, 2023) – Just over ten years since award-winning sibling duo The Wolfe Brothers captured the attention of their home country as they progressed to the final of Australia’s Got Talent, they have released their sixth studio album, Livin’ The Dream, today via BMG.

The full-length project includes a collaboration with acclaimed UK Country duo, The Shires, titled ‘Love Like That’. This follows two previous singles from the album; the title track, which was released in October 2022 and scored the brothers another multi-week #1 in Australia, and  ‘Here’s To The Ones’, released in February, on which the duo pay homage to their mother who sadly passed away at the end of last year.

The Tasmanian brothers, Nick and Tom Wolfe, who have become renowned over the past few years for their jaw-dropping live shows and steady ascent to Australian country music’s upper echelon, wrote the songs for Livin’ The Dream during the pandemic over many Zoom writing sessions with writers all over the world. Nick Wolfe took on production duties, working alongside veteran Australian record producer and musician Rod McCormack, along with multi-award winning producer Matt Fell.

Speaking on the release, Nick Wolfe commented, “Sonically, ‘Livin’ the Dream’ is a conscious decision by us to get back to our country roots. We explored a lot of pop and rock territory on our last record but we want to come out of the gate swinging country style!”

Tom Wolfe added, “We are very excited for this next chapter in our music. if feels right, fun and is a real return to our roots. We are country boys from Tassie who are just Livin’ The Dream”.

Livin’ The Dream Tracklist & Writers:

1. Put The House On It
(Nick Wolfe)

2. Livin’ The Dream
(Nick Wolfe, Tom Wolfe, Jason Duke)

3. All In Good Time
(Brodie Rainbird, Tom Wolfe, Nick Wolfe, JT Hodges)

4. Here’s To The Ones
(Brodie Rainbird, Nick Wolfe, Tom Wolfe, Erik Dylan)

5. Love Like That (feat. The Shires)
(Jason Duke, Nick Wolfe, Lindsay Ell)

6. Nothing Better To Me
(Phil Barton, Nick Wolfe, Tom Wolfe, Brodie Rainbird)

7. New Dog Old Tricks
(Nick Wolfe, Travis Collins, Tom Wolfe)

8. More To It
(Stephen Lloyd Wilson Jr., Tom Wolfe, Brodie Rainbird, Nick Wolfe)

9. She’s My Rock, She’s My Roll
(Nick Wolfe, James T. Slater, Tom Wolfe)

10. Sundown Somewhere
(Jason Blaine, Nick Wolfe, Tom Wolfe, Brodie Rainbird)

11. Empty Pockets
(Nick Wolfe, Gord Bamford)

12. Diamond In A Dive Bar
(Nick Wolfe, Jason Duke, Brodie Rainbird, Tom Wolfe)

The brothers most recently performed to a crowd of 20,000+ at CMC Rocks in Ipswich, Australia, and taking to their Instagram, they shared“It’s been a hell of a journey making music, travelling the country and trying our best to write songs that mean something to people. This crowd gives us a bit of hope.. I think we’re on the right track!”


It has been an amazing 10 year ride so far for The Wolfe Brothers. Three #1 and two #2 ARIA Country charting albums, 17 consecutive #1 singles on the National Radio Chart, and Six Golden Guitars under the belt so far making them the most awarded country rock duo ever in Australia. They have travelled countless road miles doing shows around Australia, the USA and Canada.

Only a few months after their appearance on the final of Australia’s Got Talent in 2012, they found themselves in a Sydney rehearsal studio auditioning for Australian country superstar Lee Kernaghan, with hopes of joining his touring band. After just two songs, Kernaghan not only hired them to play in his band, but also offered the brothers the opening spot at all of his sold-out concerts across the country. This experience not only garnered the group a loyal and constantly growing fan base over the years, but it also turned them into a world class recording and touring act that now headlines their own tours and festivals. After ten years on the road with Lee, they performed their last show as players in his band on home turf in Hobart, Tasmania, in November 2022.

Livin’ The Dream is available now.

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