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Wolfe Sunday

     
     Wolfe is one of many bands that I have discovered from Rebecca Singer (fellow blogger friend) who  she found in the UK, and he is from London. 
     Listening to him from afar could sound like listening to a guy singing in a mic behind distorted guitars, but if you listen more intently it actually sounds pretty cool. It sounds like a guy who is singing for his own enjoyment and singing about stories that he wants to tell. What Wolfe Sunday sounds like to me is a potentially next alternative to listening to Green Day for Punk Rock fans. 
      He's best album in my opinion is Empty Bottles, Broken Bones. Highlighting songs include Dead Benedict, Spare Change, and Lith & Limb to name a few. Dead Benedict is a hit-in-your-face kind of song, that sounds like simpler and more like a punk version of Ballad of Hollis Brown by Rise Against. Spare Change is an angry sounding song that sounds like the punk rock version of Gasoline by Airborne Toxic Event. Finally, Lith & Lin sounds like Where Did You Sleep Last Night a cover by Nirvana, without the screaming.  
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