OUT NOW on Jagjaguwar 
Formats: LP/CD/DL
01) Empty Vessels
02) All Returns
03) When the Fire is Dead in the Grate
04) Athol
05) Hesperus
06) Answer
07) Thief
08) NRR
Nita Keeler 
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  • Debut 'Empty Vessels' Video
  • Announce first ever USA tour dates with Unknown Mortal Orchestra
  • Fain Out Now via Jagjaguwar
Wolf People:  L-R: Tom Watt (drums), Jack Sharp (vocals/guitar)Joe Hollick (guitar), moody), Dan Davies (bass, vocals)
Wolf People have released the second video from their fêted second album, Fain for the track "Empty Vessels".  Jack Sharp says of the track: "A storm is coming. Empty Vessels was written in fits and starts over a long wet summer under the spell of George Ewart Evans, an oral historian from Suffolk, whose books I was reading on trips to Dunwich, Blaxhall and Aldeburgh. The conditions of those trips were echoed when the song was recorded in Yorkshire, in the squally spring showers on the Dales."

The video was inspired by the artwork for the album (done by the band's guitarist Joe Hollick) which itself was inspired by a 1950s video for Poem Electronique by the composer Edgard Varese. Working again with director Phil Poole, the video takes imagery both from the band's artwork and their equipment and intersperses it with captured moments of the band performing.  A beguiling piece of video making, Poole says: "Using the 'Fain' artwork as inspiration, the video for Empty Vessels was put together as an abstract piece exploring the many layers and depths to the track, through a combination of unorthodox visuals and motion graphics."
Praise for Fain:
"An ability to create a totally convincing alternative universe via beautifully crafted lyrics; British folk-informed compositions; the freely breathing, tight-but-loose execution that accepts few extra ingredients to the sound of a superbly tuned-in band playing together in a room" The Line Of Best Fit 
"A stirring, quietly formidable achievement" Prog

" [they] have just enough Sabbath-styled hard riffing to appeal to even the basest rock fan. " Mojo

"a spidery tangle of rural mores and garage grooves" Uncut
Kicking off their UK tour today in Birmingham, Wolf People are also delighted to announce their first ever North American tour dates with Unknown Mortal Orchestra. The two week run will take them around the east coast, Canada and into the midwest. Currently announced dates are listed below with more shows to be announced soon, including more with UMO, plus some headline dates.

Fain is out now on Jagjaguwar and is available at amazon, iTunes,  all good indie stores and direct from SC Distribution.
09-May UK Birmingham Hare & Hounds 2
10-May UK Manchester Sound Control
11-May UK Bristol The Exchange
12-May UK Brighton Blind Tiger
16-May UK Leeds Holy Trinity Church
17-May UK Newcastle Think Tank
18-May UK Glasgow Stag and Dagger
19-May UK Cambridge Portlands Arms
23-May FRANCE Paris La Fleche D'Or
w/ Bleached, Cayucas
and Diana
24-May SWITZERLAND Zurich Kinski Klub
25-May BELGIUM Brussels VK
27-May GERMANY Cologne Gebäude 9
28-May GERMANY Berlin White Trash
29-May GERMANY Hamburg Molotow
30-May NL Nijmegen Doornroosje
31-May NL Amsterdam Paradiso
01-Jun BE Antwerp Trix
03-Jun UK London Hoxton Bar & Kitchen
27-Jul UK Slaidburn, Lancashire Cloudspotting
Stephen Park
18-Aug UK Skipton Beacons Festival
14-Oct MA Boston Brighton Music Hall*
15-Oct CA Montreal Cabaret Mile End*
16-Oct CA Tortonto Lee's Palace*
17-Oct MI Detroit Magic Stick Lounge*
18-Oct OH Columbus Ace of Cups*
19-Oct PA Pittsburgh Altar*
* w/ Unknown Mortal Orchestra
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