The Verse’s Dominic Courtney reviews Wolf Alice’s show at Brighton Dome on 2oth November 2017.  With this summer marking the return of Wolf Alice, many had been wondering what the band were going to do this time. Visions of a Life once again blew away fans with their ethereal, dreamy tunes, […]

The Verse’s Francesca Thornton reviews Wolf Alice’s appearance at Brighton’s Resident on 1st October 2017. Sunday evening on the first day of October. The rain is lightly pouring outside, and a crowd of around 100 people are cosied into Resident Music, Brighton, ready for an intimate gig from the one […]

The Verse’s Dominic Courtney previews Wolf Alice ahead of their show at Brighton Dome on the 20th November 2017.  Wolf Alice has always been on the latest trends, pushing boundaries with their unique sound. As leaders on the indie scene back in 2015, they took a short hiatus to work on their second […]

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 […]

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