On the telly Watch Wolf Parade play ‘Valley Boy’ on Colbert
They released their new album ‘Cry Cry Cry’ last week on Sub Pop.
Last week, Montreal band Wolf Parade released their first album in over half a decade, ‘Cry Cry Cry’.
In our review of the album, we described their comeback record as being “brazen, boisterous music from a band of men who are more than happy to be plugging in once again”.
When they announced their return back in July, they did so by releasing the track ‘Valley Boy’. It was that tune that they brought to ‘The Late Show With Stephen Colbert’. Their performance on American telly was pretty electrifying, and featured some of the same Medieval-inspired imagery that peppered some of their artwork and videos in the lead up to the release of ‘Cry Cry Cry’.
Watch Wolf Parade play ‘Valley Boy’ below.
Wolf Parade get cinematic in the video for ‘Cry III (King Of Piss And Paper/ Artificial Life)’
Delve into the unexplained happenings within a small town.
Wolf Parade - Cry Cry Cry
Brazen, boisterous music from a band happy to be back.
Stream Wolf Parade’s first new album in seven years, ‘Cry Cry Cry’
The album comes out this Friday (6th October) via Sub Pop.
Wolf Parade share new track ‘You’re Dreaming’
The Montreal band have also announced a handful of UK dates.