WOLF ALICE have released a video for ‘Sadboy’ – Watch Now!

WOLF ALICE - Play BELFAST'S ULSTER HALL in support of 2nd album 'Visions Of A Life'

Wolf Alice have released a video for ‘Sadboy’, a track taken from their latest album Visions Of A Life. In the video, singer Ellie Rowsell delivers a strong performance in which we follow her journey on what initially appears to be a night out with the band. As the evening progresses, cracks in her façade start to appear, giving a foreboding sense of the darkness lurking underneath and an unraveling mental state.

Visions Of A Life debuted in the UK charts at number two and was named in the top three best albums of 2017 by NME, Q and Drowned in Sound. The video is released following nominations for Wolf Alice for Best British Band at the BRIT and NME Awards, with a further Best Album NME nomination for Visions Of A Life. The band have also recently been announced for a number of UK and European festivals, including Reading & Leeds, Latitude, TRNSMT, NOS Alive and Benicàssim.

Visions Of A Life is fundamentally a personal album, and one of great growth for Wolf Alice. Alongside current single Formidable Cool, it features previous singles Don’t Delete the Kisses, Yuk Foo, and Beautifully Unconventional, and is available via Dirty Hit in digital, CD and double heavyweight vinyl formats. The album is the follow up to Wolf Alice’s 2015 Gold-selling debut album My Love Is Cool, which hit No. 2 in the UK charts and No. 12 on the Billboard alternative albums chart in the US. In its wake the band were nominated for the Mercury Music Prize, an Ivor Novello Award, a BRIT for Breakthrough Act and Grammy for Best Rock Performance, and took home two NME Awards.

Check out the video for ‘Sadboy’ – BELOW:

Following a winter world tour, including their biggest headline UK show to date with a sold out show at London’s Alexandra Palace, Wolf Alice will head out on the road again this year, including stops at festivals worldwide and stadium support slots with Queens of the Stone Age and Foo Fighters. Visit wolfalice.co.uk for tickets.

Mar 16 – Cornerstone, Berkeley, CA

Mar 17 – Ace of Spades, Sacramento, CA

Mar 19 – Mayan, Los Angeles, CA

Mar 21 – Crescent Ballroom, Phoenix, AZ

Mar 24 – In Bloom Festival, Houston, TX

Mar 27 – First Avenue, Minneapolis, MN

Mar 29 – Turner Hall, Milwaukee, WI

Mar 30 – Metro, Chicago, IL

Mar 31 – The Shelter, Detroit, MI

Apr 02 – Newport Music Hall, Columbus, OH

Apr 03 – Beachland Ballroom, Cleveland, OH

Apr 04 – Club AE, Pittsburgh, PA

Apr 06 – Town Ballroom, Buffalo, NY

Apr 07 – The Hollow, Albany, NY

Apr 09 – Port City Music Hall, Portland, ME

Apr 10 – Paradise, Boston, MA

Apr 12 – College Street Music Hall, New Haven, CT

Apr 13 – Rams Head Live, Baltimore, MD

Apr 14 – Norva, Norfolk, VA

Apr 16 – Cat’s Cradle, Carrboro, NC

Apr 17 – Visulite Theatre, Charlotte, NC

Apr 19 – The Music Farm, Charleston, SC

Apr 21 – Georgia Theatre, Atlanta, GA

Apr 22 – Third & Lindsley, Nashville, TN

Apr 29 – Welcome to Rockville Festival, Jackson, FL

Supporting Queens of the Stone Age:

Apr 24 – Austin 360 Amphitheater, Austin, TX

Apr 25 – Irving Music Factory, Irving, TX

Apr 26 – Municipal Auditorium, Shreveport, LA

Apr 27 – Saenger Theatre, New Orleans, LA

May 01 – Bayfront Park, Miami, FL

May 02 – Mahaffey Theater, Saint Petersburg, FL

May 26 – Radio 1 Biggest Weekend, Swansea, UK

Jun 01 – Governor’s Ball Festival, New York, NY

Supporting Foo Fighters:

Jun 10 – Trabrennbahn, Hamburg, Germany

Jun 11 – Sportpaleis, Antwerp, Belgium

Jun 13 – Stadt de Suisse, Bern, Switzerland

Jun 19 – Manchester United Stadium, Manchester, UK

Jun 22 – Olympic Stadium, London, UK

Jun 8-10 – Best Kept Secret Festival, Netherlands

Jun 14 – Firenze Rocks, Firenze, Italy

Jun 17 – Download, Paris, France

Jun 23 – Ejekt Festival, Athens, Greece

Jun 24 – I-Days, Milan, Italy

Jun 30 – TRNSMT Festival, Glasgow, UK

Jul 07 – Main Square Festival, Aarus, France

Jul 12 – NOS Alive, Lisbon, Portugal

Jul 13-15 – Latitude Festival, Suffolk, UK

Jul 14 – Mad Cool Festival, Madrid, Spain

Jul 18-22 – Electric Castle, Luncani, Romania

Jul 19-22 – Fib Benicàssim, Benicàssim, Spain

Aug 8-15 – Sziget Festival, Budapest, Hungary

Aug 9 – Oya Festrivalen, Oslo, Norway

Aug 10 – Grape Festival, Piestany, Slobakia

Aug 18 – Summersonic, Japan

Aug 24-26 – Reading & Leeds Festival, UK

Sep 9 – Lollapalooza Berlin, Germany

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Mark Millar is the founder of XS Noize and looks after the daily running of the website as well as conducting interviews for the XS Noize Podcast. Mark's favourite album is Achtung Baby by U2.

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