DeWolff are delighted to present their brand new track ‘Share The Ride‘. However this is no ordinary single release. To hear the track in it’s entire form, you need to have 5 friends with you. Each stem from the song is available on Spotify and each listener will have to select which one they would like to hear. When all played at the same time, you will be able to hear the whole track in full. The band have even been kind enough to provide an instructional video.

Speaking about the unique release of the track, Singer/Guitarist Pablo van de Poel explains: “Every day when we walk on stage, when we jam or write a song together something magic happens. We’re not talking about the “magic of DeWolff” but we’re talking about the sheer joy of making music together. Nowadays less and less people get to enjoy this wonderful feeling because making music has become more of a solitary thing. Or people have computers make the “music”. To let everyone get a glimpse of what it’s like to play and enjoy music together, we recorded a brand new song ‘Share the Ride‘ and put the individual tracks/instruments on Spotify. So you need to find some friends, go to the “Share the Ride” album, all pick an instrument and press PLAY at exactly the same time. It takes some practicing but when you get it right it’s AWESOME! You want a guitar solo? Or maybe a Hammond solo? It’s up to you baby! Right now there are 5 tracks on there but in the next couple of weeks we’ll add more tracks so you can arrange the song any way you want! SHARE THE LOVE & SHARE THE RIDE!”

DeWolff formed in the Netherlands’ Deep South of Geleen, when they were barely teenagers in 2007 by brothers’ Pablo (singer/guitarist) and Luka van de Poel (Drums) and Hammond organist Robin Piso. Named after Harvey Keitel’s character, Winston Wolfe, in Pulp Fiction, their luscious and expansive neo-psychedelia saw them burst out of the city.

They have released 5 studio albums previously, all have catapulted them up the charts in their homeland. Whilst still in their teens they played the prestigious Paradiso in Amsterdam and took to the mainstage at PinkPop Festival in front of 10,000 fans, relentless touring followed, earmarking them as a formidable live act. Since then they’ve played to 30,000 at Lowlands Festival, 15,000 at Sziget, as well as Reeperbahn, Rockpalast, Rock Oz Arenas and supported The Black Keys, Blues Pills and Deep Purple.

They’ve played Castle’s throughout Europe, been invited to perform at a Russian millionaire’s birthday party in Berlin, they had bodyguards for a show on a Moscow rooftop and at a Biker festival just outside the city, they came face to face with unexpected pyrotechnics, nudity and watched fire spread across the stage during their set.

In 2017, the band celebrated their 10th Anniversary in fine style as they headlined their own DeWolfest to 3,500 fans with support from amongst others, Wolf People.

DeWolff will be on tour through Europe from November 2018 – February 2019.
Tickets available from – www.dewolff.nu

Psychedelic-blues trio DeWolff have revealed their new video for ‘Double Crossing Man’ which is taken from their new album ‘THRUST’, which was released in May this year.

The video footage was taken from their performance at Lowlands Festival this year. Talking about the song they say; ““We recorded this track live to tape with our great friend Levi Vis from the Dawn Brothers on bass. We had only 30 minutes left before Levi had to leave. We thought fuck it, let’s just do a run through of the song, soundcheck, and then do one take really quickly. We recorded the run through, the very first time we played this song together, listened back to it and we loved it. It’s full of spontaneous little things, some flaws, but the energy was just really good.

“Pablo came up with this riff and we instantly got this Undercover of the Night vibe, disco meets rock n roll, so we played around with that and then Luka just started singing random stuff. The weird sounding high pitched “swooosh” at the very end of the song is the sound of the tape recorder coming to a halt abruptly while Pablo & Luka were screaming the last word, “maaaaaan”. Some transistor in the tape recorded overheated, burned and then all the power went out. We had to fix the tape recorder before we could hear back the tape!”

DeWolff formed in the Netherlands’ Deep South of Geleen, when they were barely teenagers in 2007 by brothers’ Pablo (singer/guitarist) and Luka van de Poel (Drums) and Hammond organist Robin Piso. Named after Harvey Keitel’s character, Winston Wolfe, in Pulp Fiction, their luscious and expansive neo-psychedelia saw them burst out of the city.

They have released 5 studio albums previously, all have catapulted them up the charts in their homeland. Whilst still in their teens they played the prestigious Paradiso in Amsterdam and took to the mainstage at PinkPop Festival in front of 10,000 fans, relentless touring followed, earmarking them as a formidable live act. Since then they’ve played to 30,000 at Lowlands Festival, 15,000 at Sziget, as well as Reeperbahn, Rockpalast, Rock Oz Arenas and supported The Black Keys, Blues Pills and Deep Purple.

They’ve played Castle’s throughout Europe, been invited to perform at a Russian millionaire’s birthday party in Berlin, they had bodyguards for a show on a Moscow rooftop and at a Biker festival just outside the city, they came face to face with unexpected pyrotechnics, nudity and watched fire spread across the stage during their set.

In 2017, the band celebrated their 10th Anniversary in fine style as they headlined their own DeWolfest to 3,500 fans with support from amongst others, Wolf People.

DeWolff will be on tour through Europe from September 2018 – February 2019.
Tickets available from – www.dewolff.nu

Review: DeWolff – Thrust

Mascot Records (May 4th)

Reviewer: Dan Mann

I said to DeWolff vocalist Pablo van de Poel when I interviewed him last month regarding the band’s new album ‘Thrust‘, for some inconceivable reason I’d not come across them before!

Well, after the first play of ‘Thrust’, I promptly went and bought the band’s back catalogue. I guess that is a fairly strong indicator that I kind of liked what I’d heard. I am loving the mainly European bands who are ‘re-visiting’ that Seventies vibe, but also putting their own take on it.

DeWolff are most certainly a band who inject their own DNA into the music. Layers of Hammond organ, a tight bass line and vocals which have a slight psychedelic twist to them. This all adds up to an absolute foot-stomper of an album.

In keeping to the whole Seventies thing, the band recorded the album in analogue at their own purpose built studio. While I’m listening to the advance on streamed audio, you can still detect that all encompassing warmth that comes with that process which of course enhances the music even further.

DeWolff are a band who know what they want out of an album, and deliver that in a straight no nonsense fashion, displaying a maturity to both the song writing and musicianship that bands twice their age don’t always manage.

I’m not going to break the album down track by track, I want you to go out and explore it yourselves, trust me when I say you won’t be disappointed and your volume knob will without a doubt be cranked up a few levels.

Highly recommended.

 

Psychedelic trio DeWolff are delighted to reveal their new dark and horrifying video for ‘Big Talk‘. The track is taken from their upcoming album ‘Thrust‘, out May 4th via Mascot Records/Mascot Label Group. To celebrate the release of ‘Thrust‘ the band will be playing a special show at The Black Heart, London on Tuesday 15th May.

Speaking about the track the band said “Every second you live there is a fork in the river where you can just follow the stream, do what other people expect you to do, think what other people tell you to think… or you can take control and live the best life you can live. For yourself, for other people, for the world. Don’t let anger control you and don’t let lies corrupt the kindness and innocence with which we’re all born. Don’t let the ‘Big Talk‘ kill ya, like the guy in the video. Or is it this killer new track that’s so lethal? We wanted to make a video with a very strong and simple concept. We came up with the idea of a man who swallows everything that’s being put in front of him. Director / DOP Christiaan Kanis took our idea to the next level and using a RED camera (Stranger Things was shot with this camera) he created an intense and beautiful yet horrifying cinematic experience. The actor you see is our friend Mitch Rivers, an amazing songwriter and musician himself. The result is definitely the most incredible music video we’ve ever released.”

Now staples in the Dutch Top 10 Album Charts, on the new album ‘Thrust‘, they tackle contemporary social and political issues on ‘Deceit & Woo’ which was written on the day of Donald Trump’s inauguration and they explore the political climate closer to home on the opening track ‘Big Talk’. ‘California Burning’ attacks todays loud mouth society, they tackle gambling on ‘Tragedy, Not Today’, dark undertones on ‘Swain’ and  they approach the god of death on ‘Tombstone Child’.

They formed in the Netherlands’ Deep South of Geleen, when they were barely teenagers in 2007 by brothers’ Pablo (singer/guitarist) and Luka van de Poel (Drums) and Hammond organist Robin Piso.  They have released 5 studio albums previously, all have catapulted them up the charts in their homeland. Whilst still in their teens they played the prestigious Paradiso in Amsterdam and took to the mainstage at PinkPop Festival in front of 10,000 fans, relentless touring followed, earmarking them as a formidable live act. Since then they’ve played to 30,000 at Lowlands Festival, 15,000 at Sziget, as well as Reeperbahn, Rockpalast, Rock Oz Arenas and supported The Black Keys, Blues Pills, Ten Years After, Deep Purple and count Seasick Steve as a fan.

They’ve played Castle’s throughout Europe, been invited to perform at a Russian millionaire’s birthday party in Berlin, they had bodyguards for a show on a Moscow rooftop and at a Biker festival just outside the city, they came face to face with unexpected pyrotechnics, nudity and watched fire spread across the stage during their set.

In 2017, the band celebrated their 10th Anniversary in fine style as they headlined their own DeWolffest to 3,500 fans with support from amongst others, Wolf People and Little Barrie.   Ten years of being a band and wanting to produce your greatest record to date has made ‘THRUST’, a full representation of the DeWolff live experience incorporated with the in the studio experimentation. It represents the sound of rock ‘n’ roll in 2018; equal doses of anger, frustration, emotion and at times disillusion with the state of the world today and all delivered in a hooky and gloriously epic fashion.

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