DURING THE LAST WEEK THE WOLFHOUNDS HAVE RELEASED NEW ALBUM MIDDLE AGED FREAKS, AND REISSUED 1987 DEBUT UNSEEN RIPPLES FROM A PEBBLE.
The Romford band’s spiky FEELING SO STRANGE AGAIN was one of the highlights of the NME’s legendary compilation C86. Following four albums and a fistful of single releases including debut CUT THE CAKE and the seminal THE ANTI-MIDAS TOUCH, The Wolfhounds split in 1990.
Reforming for an anniversary show in 2005, the band have released several singles and continued to gig a peculiarly English take on the art-punk of Sonic Youth and the controlled aggression of Sugar. In this new edition of The Mouthcast, frontman David Callahan discusses what else might be ‘in the mix’, and looks back at UNSEEN RIPPLES FROM A PEBBLE...
Buy UNSEEN RIPPLES FROM A PEBBLE (on Optic Nerve Records) on CD here and vinyl here
Buy MIDDLE AGED FREAKS (on Odd Box Records) here
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