Wolf Alice – Visions of a Life

Where do I start with this band? From the moment I heard ‘Moaning Lisa Smile’, I knew I was hooked. It was just one of many songs introduced to me by my boyfriend at the time. Our tastes in music were fairly matched, and he especially had a good ear for bands that I would adore.

As a result, a lot of those bands I now associate with him, and though that’s not necessarily a bad thing, there is a real sense of sweet freedom in my relationship with Wolf Alice. They are always in my mind and I am forever excited by them. They are most certainly one of my favourite bands of all time. This especially came to light when I finally saw them live, at last year’s By The Sea festival in Margate.

I must admit, I was a little nervous about hearing something new from my beloved grunge/folk/pop/whatever group. Those second album jitters. However that was quickly washed away the moment I heard ‘Yuk Foo’ on the radio. Really, with pen and paper to hand, ready for a Track of The Day piece for Vulture Hound, those fears was gone even before that first note kicked in. I had faith in them after all; they could bring something entirely different to the table and I’d love it, because, as corny as it sounds, I am utterly devoted to them.

Through all the different sounds, they stick true to themselves. I couldn’t tell you whether I prefer My Love Is Cool or Visions of a Life, because that’s just not what it’s about. Both albums are brilliant in their own right, but what I did find, is that Visions of a Life shows a lot of growth. It is more personal, and as a result, even more exciting in this moment. It is like a deeper look in to the world of Wolf Alice, and a reminder that I should never have expected anything less from this wonderful band.

My full review of the album can be found here – http://vulturehound.co.uk/2017/09/wolf-alice-visions-of-a-life-album-review/


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Author: Samantha Mae

Hi! I am a music and lifestyle blogger based near Margate, UK. Forever keeping an ear out for new music, particularly anything of the indie persuasion and always willing to spout on about life in general. Open to collaboration and new ideas, get in touch!

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