Mt. Wolf Reveal New Track “St. Michael”, NPR South x Lullaby Performance, ‘Hex’ EP Out This Friday

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MT. WOLF

Took LA + SXSW By Storm, Including Intimate
NPR South x Lullaby Performance of “Hex”
Sprawled Across Bob Boilen’s Hotel Room Bed

New EP, Hex, Out March 25 via CRC Music

Reveal New Track “St. Michael

“multi-layered electronic and acoustic ambiance that softly blends in hushed, instrument-like vocals”
– Earmilk

“warm and increasingly hymnal electro-indie tapestries”
– Red Bull

“lyrics glide over deep, sonic pools, punctuated by warm guitar strings and prominent folk melodies”
– Culture Collide


Photo: Wimbledon Common

Following their critically acclaimed live US debut last week, London-based trio Mt. Wolf reveal the shimmering “St. Michael” in advance of the release of their EP, Hex, this Friday, March 25 via CRC Music. “St. Michael” perfectly showcases the band’s matured and evocative sound. Gorgeously hymnal in tone, it positively soars with vocalist Sebastian’s delicate yet powerful falsetto. The band took LA by storm this month with 3 live shows in one week, followed by their SXSW debut which saw them named as one of NPR’s “Austin 100” as well as KCRW’s Top 5 SXSW Picks.

Listen to ‘St. Michael:

Singer and producer Sebastian Fox, guitarist Stevie McMinn and drummer Alex Mitchell combine skittering electronic beats with hymnal tenor vocals in a record full of glorious swells and fades. Hushed intimacy is slowly layered with soaring, monumental vocals and fervent, lush rhythms on EP title track “Hex” which the band performed acoustically at SXSW for the NPR South X Lullaby with Bob Boilen. Watch the intimate NPR South X Lullaby performance HERE.

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