Wolf Alice announce debut album ‘My Love Is Cool’, stream ‘Giant Peach’

The band’s long awaited debut album will land on June 22nd. Stream the first track from it now.

Aaaaaat last! Wolf Alice have announced details of their debut album, ‘My Love Is Cool’.

Following on from their incendiary ‘Creature Songs’ EP and fresh from dominating The O2 Arena last month, the band have announced that their first full-length is set to be released on 22nd June through Dirty Hit Records.

Produced by Mike Crossey (who has previously worked with the likes of Arctic Monkeys, Foals and Blood Red Shoes), the band have also offered up a first taste of their new effort, in the form of live favourite (and current holder of the Biggest Bloody Riff Around title) ‘Giant Peach’.

“Some of the new material is stuff we’ve been playing live for quite a while now,” frontwoman Ellie Rowsell told DIY when talking about ‘My Love Is Cool’ at the start of the year, “so maybe some people might recognise them, but the majority of it is new material.”

Debuted earlier this evening as the Hottest Record on Zane Lowe’s Radio 1 show, you can stream the track below. Fasten down your speakers first.

After returning from the US, Wolf Alice will take to the roads next month for a UK tour, including a show at London’s Shepherd’s Bush Empire on April 3rd. Their upcoming dates read:

26 - Boot and Saddle - Philadelphia, PA
27 - U Street Music Hall - Washington, DC

1 - Middle East Upstairs - Boston, MA
3 - The Drake - Toronto, Canada
4 - Crofoot ballroom - Pontiac, MI
5 - Subterranean - Chicago, IL
9 - Barboza - Seattle, WA
10 - Biltmore Cabaret - Vancouver, Canada
11 - Bunk Bar - Portland, OR
13 - Popscene @ Rickshaw Stop - San Francisco, CA
18 - KCRW @ SXSW - Parish - Austin, TX
23 - Oran Mor - Glasgow
24 - Rescue Rooms - Nottingham
26 - The Ritz -Manchester
27 - The Leadmill - Sheffield
28 - Riverside - Newcastle
31 - Institute - Birmingham

1 - Globe - Cardiff
2 - Trinity - Bristol
3 - Shepherds Bush Empire - London
4 - Academy - Oxford
7 - Bowery District - Reading
8 - Old Fire Station - Bournemouth
9 - Concorde 2 - Brighton
10 - Junction - Cambridge

19 - Longitude Festival - Dublin, ireland

28 - 30 - Reading & Leeds Festival

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