The Bournemouth emo punks are having a perfect start to 2018.
Originating in the seaside town of Bournemouth, these guys formed in 2015 and have now signed to Common Ground records.
Their cover of As It Is’ Dial Tones quickly reached 20,000 views and soon after the band recorded their demo for Overboard. Wolf Culture have since gone on to play shows with the likes of Like Pacific, Trophy Eyes, WSTR, Hawthorne Heights, Milestones, Weatherstate, Fort Hope, Better Than Never and much more.
Now they’ve shared their newest video for single Wreck – check it out below:
Talking about the new track vocalist and guitarist Max Dervan says “This track is about having strong insecurities about relationships whilst being in a relationship and the effect it can have on its well-being. I struggle to write songs that sound relatively happy so I compromised on this track by having the musical accompaniment sounding quite positive in comparison to the self-doubting and frankly negative lyrics. The aim was to create something bittersweet that still had a hard-hitting chorus line.”
You can see Wolf Culture in Andover and Bournemouth later this month.