Wolf Alice is a British alternative rock band from London. Formed in 2010 as an acoustic duo comprising singer Ellie Rowsell and guitarist Joff Oddie, since 2012 Wolf Alice has also featured bassist Theo Ellis and drummer Joel Amey. Wolf Alice played their first gig at Highbury Garage, in December 2010 supporting April in the Shade, after Ellie Roswell and Joff Oddie met the band at an open mic at the Hope & Anchor in Islington. They released their debut single “Fluffy” in February 2013 and followed it with “Bros” in May. They released their debut EP Blush in October, and its follow-up Creature Songs in May 2014. In February 2015 the band released the lead single “Giant Peach” from their debut album My Love Is Cool, which was released in June 2015. It includes their 2014 single “Moaning Lisa Smile”, which peaked at number nine on US Billboard‘s Alternative Songs chart in August 2015, and was nominated for the 2016 Grammy Award for Best Rock Performance. The band released their second studio album Visions of a Life in September 2017. It debuted at number two on the UK Albums Chart and received universal acclaim from music critics. Ranked as one of the best albums of the year by multiple publications, the album won the 2018 Mercury Prize. Here are all of Wolf Alice’s albums ranked.
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3. Blue Weekend (2021)
“Blue Weekend is a stunning return and one that should cement Wolf Alice’s reputation still further. As ever it’s an eclectic yet cohesive collection of songs that demonstrates maturity, and an unerring ability to craft beautiful, heartfelt genre-defying music full of warmth, depth, and emotional intelligence.”
2. Visions Of A Life (2017)
“Glazier, dreamier than their debut. The songs are sharper and the melodies, more consistent and catchier. Lush and edgy at the same time. _Visions of a Life_ is a band deciding to double down on the sound they had on their first album.”
1. My Love Is Cool (2015)
“‘My Love Is Cool by Wolf Alice should be massive, and should appeal to any aficionados out there who have followed the indie rock music scene of let’s say the past thirty years. Wolf Alice are very clear in their influences and herein we are offered a comprehensive journey through the best sounds of these past few decades.”