Bournemouth, England – May 26, 2020 – UK-based punks, Wolf Culture, have announced their sophomore EP, Dying In The Living Room, to be released July 31, 2020 via Common Ground Collective. The four-piece’s new single + video “nervous” is premiering now on The Noise, and can be listened to and watched here.
The new EP features Sleeping With Sirens’ Kellin Quinn, as well as contains tracks that were co-written by Alex Adam of ROAM. Lead vocalist Max Dervan shares, “This is an era of Wolf Culture that has been a long time coming. We hope to deliver memorable tracks that showcase just how far we have come since our formative EP. Max has incorporated his raw emotional experiences, both positive and negative so we can connect with our audience on a relatable level and bring the listeners’ emotions straight to the surface. The lyrical content has matured as we have as people so it is almost as if our listeners are growing with us.”
On the new single, he continues, “‘nervous’ serves as the flagship for DITLR. I wanted to include motifs and lyrics that refer to the opening track ‘Floods’ to create a sense of foreshadowing. We aimed to create a chorus that really slaps you across the face while keeping the verses quieter but with a sinister atmosphere. This atmosphere is reflected in the lyrics that concern my past conflicts with anxiety and questioning what my personality really is if the veil of self-doubt was lifted.”
Wolf Culture was born out of the seaside town of Bournemouth, England, and after the band performed and recorded a series of demos and covers of popular artists under different aliases, in 2016, the band launched themselves into the scene under the moniker ‘Wolf Culture.” In 2018, the band released their debut EP, and rapidly gained a huge momentum within the British alternative music scene after being featured on AP, Punktastic, Rock Sound, Kerrang, and more. Over the past three years, the band has shared the stage with notable names such as Boston Manor, ROAM, WSTR, Tonight Alive, Jamie Lenman, Hawthorne Heights, Trophy Eyes, Like Pacific and The Dangerous Summer.
2019 has been an exciting year for WC, including writing with the talented Alex Adams of ROAM and building a stockpile of new music. Wolf Culture has become totally focused on creating quality tracks that feel intensely personal – exactly what their listeners deserve. In the build-up to their highly anticipated sophomore release, Wolf Culture is not a band to be missed. Their new material promising to be harder, more truthful and further from your comfort zones than ever before.