With their debut album My Love is Cool fast approaching, London’s Wolf Alice are now unveiling the video to current single ‘Bros.
An infectious ode to the elation that only truly great friendships can bring, with guitar work that fizzes and bubbles from the off atop a frolicking drum beat.
Filmed in Finsbury Park and Holloway, North London, where singer Ellie Rowsell grew up, and directed by the upcoming ‘sblood – the team behind the band’s now infamous ‘Giant Peach’ video, the ‘Bros’ video follows on with Ellie’s dedication to friendship. “It’s an ode to childhood imagination and friendship and all the charm that comes with that”, says Rowsell, turning to a moment of nostalgia for adults as two youngsters use London as their playground and embark on a day that more than most will remember from their childhood, and a time that many often long for.
Wolf Alice are set to appear on Splendour In The Grass and will be playing sideshows in Melbourne and Sydney.
Splendour Side Shows
Thursday, July 23: The Corner Hotel, Melbourne
Friday, July 24: Oxford Art Factory, Sydney
My Love Is Cool was produced by Mike Crossey (Arctic Monkeys, Foals, Black Keys) and will be released on
Dirty Hit Records through Sony Music Entertainment Australia on 19th June 2015.