Music Industry News Network [02-15-2018]
BAY AREA ROCKERS WOLVES IN ARGYLE DROP FEROCIOUS NEW SINGLE, VIDEO “DANGEREUX”
6 February 2018…Bay area rock band Wolves In Argyle has released “Dangereux,” its second single and video. A follow up to the critically-acclaimed “Northern Lies,” this track sets the stage for a full-length album set to drop later this year.
“The song developed from a riff I contrived during a rehearsal,” remembers singer/songwriter Dave Holmes. “The words came almost automatically later that night, from a really heavy chapter in my life.” Drummer Steve Moriarty adds, “It has a dark, moody feel but it’s heavy and dare I say, grungy.”
“Dangereux” has already become a band favorite, and it’ll likely be a fan favorite given the singalong chorus of “Gimme gimme blood!” Guitarist Josh Phillips says that’s the “ultimate expressions of a toxic love affair gone south.”
Holmes wrote both the lyrics and music for “Dangereux.” He produced the single with Tad Doyle (Tad, Mark Lanegan) at Witch Ape Studios, also recording rhythm guitars. Sven Soderlund handled lead guitar for this track at Get Reel Studio in San Francisco. Jack Endino (Nirvana, Soundgarden, Mudhoney) mastered the track at Soundhouse Seattle. Holmes wrote and produced the video. Charmagne Eierman was the editor.
Wolves In Argyle is: singer, songwriter, guitarist, and producer Dave Holmes (The Oozzies, Shootin' Lucy and Brother Cain), Steve Moriarty (The Gits, Evil Stig) on drums; Joe G. (Naked Aggression, also featured in The Decline of the Western Civilization 2) on bass and backup vocals, and current lead guitarist Josh Phillips (White Trash Debutantes, Fire In the Asylum and Pet Rocket). The band’s collective history blurs the lines between punk, grunge, desert rock, and ‘90s Sub Pop alt-rock.
Connect with Wolves In Argyle:
“Dangereux” is available on digital stores including iTunes, Spotify, Google Play as well as CDBaby
Copyright © 1997-2018 MusicDish LLC, all rights reserved. Text, graphics, and HTML code are protected by US and International Copyright Laws, and may not be copied, reprinted, published, translated, hosted, or otherwise distributed by any means without explicit permission.