Preview: Wolf Alice @ Brighton Dome, 22/03/16

Grammy and Mercury prize nominated Wolf Alice, who are currently touring Europe, visit Brighton in March. They released their debut album “My Love Is Cool” in June 2015 which landed at number 2 in the charts, and are known for their amazing live performances, with many saying they stole the show at Glastonbury 2015.

The band combine the energy and angst of grunge with the melody and fun of Britpop, resulting in a pop version of Hole or a punk rock version of Elastica – take your pick.

Wolf Alice will be at the Brighton Dome on the 22nd of March. Find tickets here.

Wolf Alice

Upcoming UK tour dates:

March 4th – Mandela Hall, Belfast

March 7th – Keele University, Stoke-on-Trent

March 10th – Academy, Manchester

March 11th – UEA, Norwich (sold out)

March 13th – Academy, Oxford (sold out)

March 14th – Pyramids, Southsea

March 16th – Barrowlands, Glasgow

March 17th– Barbican, York

March 19th – Academy, Leeds

March 21st – Leas Cliff Halls, Folkestone

March 22nd – Brighton Dome, Brighton

March 23rd – Rock City, Nottingham

March 24th – Great Hall, Cardiff

March 26th – The Forum, London (Sold out)

March 27th – The Forum, London (Sold out)

March 28th – The Forum, London

 

Written by Luca Van Dresh

The Verse Staff

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