Dream-Folk duo Wolf & Moon Share Latest Single 'A Tape Called Life'
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Wolf & Moon are modern-day storytelling nomads who have been causing quite a scene since their debut in 2019. With support from The Guardian and a nomination for the VUT Indie Awards for the Best New Comer, Wolf & Moon played 130 shows across 4 continents and 11 countries. This tour included performances at the iconic SXSW Festival, Live at Heart and ESNS. Now returning with ‘A Tape Called Life’, April 24th, the dream-folk duo combine influence from Angus & Julia Stone and The War On Drugs to create their unique tranquil sound.
2019 was a great year for Wolf & Moon. Whilst touring the world, Wolf & Moon visited Stockholm, where they met multi-platinum, Grammy nominated producer John Andersson. After working together musically, they instantly grew a friendship, leading to John producing their upcoming album ‘Follow the Signs’, which is set to release September 2020.
Wolf & Moon’s music lives of the dichotomy of their voices and marries dreamy indie folk with electronic elements. Speaking more on the track, Wolf and Moon explained: "Everything used to be better in the old days….” Is that really true? Even if it was true, it would be too depressing to believe because the past is never coming back. All we got is now and there is so much to experience in life. The song is about the balance of being in the now and dreaming about a future.
‘A Track Called Life’ is set to release April 24th on all streaming platforms. With their upcoming album ‘Follow the Signs’ set to release later this year, Wolf & Moon are certainly worth keeping an eye on.
March 31, 2020 11:57am ET by Burstimo