| ** HOWL SANCTUARY! SOULS OUT FOR SG WOLFGANG! **
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A brooding fierce panda one sheet
The Act: SG WOLFGANG
The Release: ‘SOULS OUT’
The Format: DIGISINGLE
The Release Date: JULY 6TH 2018
The Label: fierce panda
The Digital Link: smarturl.it/sgwolfgang_soulsout
The Truth: SG WOLFGANG consist of four fiercely keen characters from Milton Keynes. ‘Souls Out’ is their brrrand new single, and a tighter, tauter three minutes 13 seconds of tetchy alt.rock you will struggle to encounter this week. To celebrate the release of ‘Souls Out’ SG WOLFGANG play this headline show here in Dalston Village:
Club Fandango / Disorder / fierce panda present
+ PET NEEDS
FRIDAY JULY 13TH 2018
(33-35 Stoke Newington Road, London N16 8BJ)
EVENT PAGE: www.facebook.com/events/255338628371207
Last time we heard from SG WOLFGANG they were called Sean Grant & The Wolfgang, and they were shivering various timbers in 2016 with the ‘7 Deadly 7’ EP, four tracks of clankingly enthusiastic neo-gothic beardyman angst which saw the outfit pithily dubbed “Frank Turner & The Bad Seeds”. The video for ‘Brother’ may well explain all over at http://www.fiercepanda.co.uk/videos.php?video=174
Over the past few months the moderately furious foursome have been locked away
in Seamus Wong Studios in Leicester with Paul Warriner creating a debut album dotted with cranky powerchords and creaking hyperballads, nodding along the way at the likes of QOTSA, Rocket From The Crypt and Afghan Whigs. Mixed by Paul Gregory of Lanterns On The Lake, the album will be called ‘The Shadows Are Lengthening’ and if the ominous title necessitates a post-summer solstice release date then singer Sean Grant isn’t about to lighten the load.
“During the writing of the album I was in a very dark place personally, dealing with a lot of inner conflicts within my own life, battling with a depression that I’d struggled with and hidden my whole life... even from myself,” he says, carefully.
“The whole album is a box of inner demons, a diary of my internal voices. ‘Souls Out’ in particular is when everything has been stripped back to the bone, but even further than that, to your soul. You’re standing naked, but more than naked there is no body, there is just your consciousness left floating like a tiny cosmos with no material things to cling on to anymore. ‘Souls Out’ is the end of the rope, the end of the line you’ve exhausted all other avenues. “Cut your heart from your sleeve”…you’re just there with your Soul Out exposed for everyone to see.
“We wanted this to be our first single back and a magic mirror to what the album may hold as it’s an aggressive and dynamic little number which can lead you to what to expect from the rest of the album…”
Never a Dulli moment indeed.