Some great news for a Friday morning – The Wolfe are opening up 2018 with a bang: a terrific new single, “Tip of My Tongue.” (Crank this one up, folks!)
We first became acquainted with The Wolfe last summer as they were preparing to appear at the Gateway Festival, and we’ve been anxiously awaiting their new music ever since. (If you’re not yet familiar with this very talented trio, head over to Bandcamp and get their first album.)
About the song, lyricist/guitarist Gabrielle Giroux says, “‘Tip Of My Tongue’ is about the uncertainty of growing up. It’s about opening up to the idea of becoming a new person over the years, which is represented through what seems like a new relationship,because there’s nothing more terrifying and uncertain than embracing yourself and the person you’re meant to be.”
Canada’s Top 4 Finalist for CBC Searchlight 2017, The Wolfe is an alternative-rock trio from Prince Albert, Saskatchewan. Recipient of the Toronto Independent Music Award for Best Out Of Province Artist, and their hometown Best of the Best Awards for Best Band and Best Local Musician Made Good, The Wolfe was also a nominee for the Canadian Folk Music
Award: Young Performer of The Year. The Wolfe has just returned from a Western Canadian summer tour promoting their debut EP, The Wolfe. They are currently planning out their year, which will include multiple festivals, tours, and a new record set to release this spring.
Photo credit: Stephanie Kuse