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Monday, August 03, 2020

Wolf Parade - "Live @ KEXP" [Rock & Alternative, Live In Concert]

Live @ KEXP

"Live @ KEXP" music video by Wolf Parade
Added: 03-08-2020
Genre : Rock & Alternative, Live In Concert
Description : Wolf Parade - Full Performance (Live on KEXP)

KEXP.ORG presents Wolf Parade performing live at The Triple Door as part of KEXP’s VIP Club concert series. Recorded February 11, 2020.

Julian Take Your Man Home
Against The Day
Fall Into The Future
Under Glass
Town Square
Modern World
Out Of Control
Forest Green

Host: Marco Collins
Audio Engineers: Rana Kozak & Julian Martlew
Cameras: Jim Beckmann, Alaia D’Alessandro & Kendall Rock
Editor: Jim Beckmann


Canadian indie rock band Wolf Parade became critics' darlings and enjoyed an unexpected degree of commercial success in the 2000s and 2010s for their rich, dynamic music constructed from a wealth of influences. Their songs were unfailingly catchy, built from pop hooks that suggested they'd spent a lot of time listening to synth-based new wave sounds of the '80s. But they added a sense of drama and instrumental grandeur that was a throwback to prog rock (especially in Spencer Krug's Bowie-styled vocals), as well as a dash of wit and a lyrical stance that lent the songs a warmth and humanity despite the sleek surfaces of their recordings. Wolf Parade impressed both critics and fans with their first two albums, 2005's Apologies to the Queen Mary and 2008's At Mount Zoomer, and after a five-year hiatus, they returned to duty as strong as they were before on 2017's Cry Cry Cry.

Dante DeCaro left the band in 2018 after the completion of a world tour; they recorded their next album as a trio. The finished product, Thin Mind, was produced by John Goodmanson and arrived in January 2020

Tags : 2020, 20s, Wolf Parade