Wolf People: Silbury Sands

Though I didn't get the opportunity to really cover Wolf People's Steeple album for 2010, the band will be touring to support the album. Their new single, "Silbury Sands" is worth checking out: Nice progressive signatures and a legitimately classic tone.  The tour dates are only relevant if you're in the UK.  Information on the band's current happenings are courtesy of Jagjaguwar:

Wolf People Announce Headline Tour,
Silbury Sands Single. 

Happy New Year!

Having unleashed their debut album Steeple to glowing reviews from the BBC, Classic Rock (#31 best of 2010 list), Classic Rock Presents Prog, Metal Hammer, MOJO, NME, Sunday Times (#7 leftfield albums of the year) and Uncut among others, WOLF PEOPLE will embark on their first UK headline tour next month.

Twisted Nerve recording artists The Liftmen support on most dates, details as follows:

February 13 Nottingham, Bodega 7pm, £7 adv


February 14 Bristol, Cooler w/The Liftmen 7.30pm, £7 adv


February 15 Brighton, Prince Albert w/The Liftmen 8pm, £7 adv


February 16 London, Cargo w/The Liftmen 7pm, £8 adv


February 18 Oxford, Jericho Tavern w/The Liftmen 8pm, £7 adv


February 19 Manchester, Deaf Institute w/The Liftmen 7.30pm, £7 adv


February 20 Leeds, Nation Of Shopkeepers w/The Liftmen 8pm, £5 adv


February 21 Sheffield, Harley w/Wet Nuns 8pm, £6 adv


February 22 Glasgow, Captain's Rest 8pm, £7 adv


To coincide, Jagjaguwar are proud to release album opener "Silbury Sands" on February 14. Already a favourite on BBC radio, the song will be available on seven inch and digital formats, b/w exclusive b-side "Dry."

Listen to "Silbury Sands" here.

Wolf People have also been added to the stellar line-up of April's Roadburn festival in Tilburg, Holland alongside Jagjaguwar labelmates and 2010 touring buddies Black Mountain (who will headline the closing Afterburner event). Stay tuned for more festival confirmations...

Wolf People (l-r): Joe Hollick, Jack Sharp, Dan Davies, Tom Watt
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