Through rustling chords and glinting violin string, UK quartet Evawolf blends pop and indie rock in their latest single “I Could Be Wrong” where we get suspended into a chest-swelling melancholia that feels more cheery than moody. The track is stratified with peaceful and exhilarating layers that you keep peeling off as you listen and stays with you afterwards. “I Could Be Wrong” just feels so right:
Evawolf started out as a duo back in London in 2015, but quickly became a quartet. Their debut single, “When The Truth Is Out,” caught the ears of their fans for their songsculpting artistry of blending the catchiness of pop with the meditative vibe of rock. Their debut EP will be released in 2017 and they have a show coming up as well.
1/20 – Monarch (Camden, UK)
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