Wolf Alice unveil ‘Heavenward’ from forthcoming album, ‘Visions Of A Life’

Wolf Alice by Phil Smithies

The record is out at the end of the month.

With just days -days! - until Wolf Alice unleash ‘Visions Of A Life’, their beast of a second record into the world, the band have shared another new track.

‘Heavenward’ follows the already-shared ‘Yuk Foo’, ‘Don’t Delete The Kisses’ and ‘Beautifully Unconventional’, which only last week was given the video treatment, the September cover stars going all ‘50s glam in the process.

Read our interview with Wolf Alice, as they front the September 2017 issue of DIY here. 

The track was shared this afternoon on Zane Lowe’s Beats 1 radio show.

‘Visions Of A Life’ is released next week (29th September).

Listen to ‘Heavenward’ below.

Wolf Alice tour the UK and Ireland this November.

NOV:
08 Bristol, O2 Academy
09 Manchester, O2 Apollo
11 Glasgow, Barrowlands
13 Newcastle, 02 Academy
15 Nottingham, Rock City
16 Birmingham, O2 Academy
17 Norwich, UEA
18 Leeds, O2 Academy
20 Brighton, Dome
21 Southampton, O2 Guildhall
24 London, Alexandra Palace
27 Belfast, Ulster Hall
28 Dublin, Olympia 

Tickets for those dates not long sold out are on sale now.

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