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you first hear London four-piece Wolf Alice, you quickly realise that the band’s name is pretty apt for the sound that they make. Newly shared song ‘Storms’ perfectly demonstrates that sound, mingling angry guitars with the sweet vocals of Ellie Rowsell, clashing grunge with folk that results in something quite distinctive. It’s the perfect storm, pulling you in and then spitting you back out.

Expect to hear a lot more from these guys, they’ve got a UK tour coming this May, coinciding with the release of their forthcoming EP ‘Creature Songs’ on May 26th from which Storms is taken.