Wolf Alice played Brooklyn Steel (pics, setlist), playing Wonder Bar tonight
London alt-rockers Wolf Alice quickly broke through with the release of their 2015 debut My Love Is Cool, and they followed it this year with the possibly even more acclaimed Visions of a Life, which landed on year-end lists from NME (#2), Q (#3), MOJO (#45), and Rough Trade (#57). They’re currently supporting the album on a headlining tour, and hit NYC’s Brooklyn Steel last night (12/4). They mixed up their set pretty well between both albums, and also broke out the title track off their 2013 EP Blush. Pictures (including shots of openers Polyplastic) are in the gallery above. Setlist below.
Got to see @wolfaliceband play the biggest venue I’ve ever seen them in, and the place was packed. Was pretty amazing to finally hear this song live which has been so meaningful and relevant to my life. Love love love this band to death. Thanks for making my last night in New York a memorable one. #wolfalice
Fell in love with Wolf Alice at first listen. They are one of the few bands that I could fortunately grow up with from the very beginning till now. Every time l listen to their music, all the inconsequential matters that disturb my mind are left behind. Best band of my generation. Ellie, Joff, Theo and Joel, you’re all legends.
Wolf Alice at Brooklyn Steel – 12/4/17 Setlist (via)
You’re a Germ
Your Loves Whore
St. Purple & Green
Don’t Delete The Kisses
Space & Time
Moaning Lisa Smile
Visions Of A Life
photos by Toby Tenenbaum