With their highly-anticipated third album ‘Blue Weekend’ arriving on 11th June, Wolf Alice are giving us the latest taste of what to expect with brand new single ‘Smile’.
“This is one of the songs we wrote thinking that we would play it live,” Ellie Rowsell explains. “I miss that feeling of singing on stage. It’s like screaming into a pillow or something — you can get away with being more nasty. There’s a whole other part of me missing.”
Read our chat with Wolf Alice all about their brand new record now, and check out ‘Smile’ below.
‘Blue Weekend’ Tracklisting:
1. The Beach
2. Delicious Things
3. Lipstick On The Glass
5. Safe From Heartbreak (if you never fall in love)
6. How Can I Make It OK?
7. Play The Greatest Hits
8. Feeling Myself
9. The Last Man On Earth
10. No Hard Feelings
11. The Beach II
See Wolf Alice live at the following dates:
05 - Barrowland Ballroom, Glasgow, UK (EXTRA DATE)
07 - Barrowland Ballroom, Glasgow, UK (SOLD OUT)
08 - Barrowland Ballroom, Glasgow, UK (SOLD OUT)
09 - O2 City Hall, Newcastle, UK
10 - UEA, Norwich, UK (SOLD OUT)
12 - O2 Apollo, Manchester, UK (SOLD OUT)
13 - O2 Apollo, Manchester, UK (EXTRA DATE)
14 - O2 Academy, Sheffield, UK (SOLD OUT)
15 - Uni Mountford Hall, Liverpool, UK (SOLD OUT)
18 - Eventim Apollo, London, UK (SOLD OUT)
19 - Eventim Apollo, London, UK (EXTRA DATE)
22 - O2 Guildhall, Southampton, UK (SOLD OUT)
23 - De La Warr Pavillion, Bexhill On Sea, UK
24 - Olympia Theatre, Dublin, IRE (EXTRA DATE)
25 - Olympia Theatre, Dublin, IRE (SOLD OUT)
27 - O2 Academy, Birmingham, UK
28 - Plymouth Pavilions, Plymouth, UK
30 - O2 Academy, Bristol, UK (SOLD OUT)
31 - O2 Academy, Bristol, UK (EXTRA DATE)
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