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EDITORS’ NOTES

Since emerging in 2013 with the deliciously heavy wail of “Fluffy” as their early calling card, London indie-revivalists Wolf Alice have managed to evolve and expand their scope. And they've done it without relinquishing any of their characteristic '90s-infused bite. From the expansive college rock of “Bros” and punk pulse-quickener “Giant Peach” to frontwoman Ellie Rowsell's breathy, brittle spoken word amid the chiming storm of “Delete the Kisses”, they prove—again and again—that few modern bands can do tough and tender quite like them.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Since emerging in 2013 with the deliciously heavy wail of “Fluffy” as their early calling card, London indie-revivalists Wolf Alice have managed to evolve and expand their scope. And they've done it without relinquishing any of their characteristic '90s-infused bite. From the expansive college rock of “Bros” and punk pulse-quickener “Giant Peach” to frontwoman Ellie Rowsell's breathy, brittle spoken word amid the chiming storm of “Delete the Kisses”, they prove—again and again—that few modern bands can do tough and tender quite like them.

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