In celebration of the release of their latest single Am I Useful, Perth rock band We Came From Wolves embarked on a tour across the country, which included a show at Stereo in Glasgow. Being one of my favourite bands in all of Scotland, it was absolutely necessary for me to head down to witness them live once again.
Sea Of Crowns were up first. I saw these guys live at Nice N Sleazy last month, and just like then they impressed me by doing what do they best: delivering an energetic set with groovy riffs and cracking drum work. A great start to the show courtesy of an underrated live band.
Edgar took the helm next and they treated the audience to a highly entertaining performance of poppy numbers featuring enthusiastic vocal work, upbeat keys and very catchy bass lines.
At last, it was time for We Came From Wolves to take to the stage, and safe to say, they killed it. They played a phenomenal set that had the crowd hooked and in the palm of their hands from start to finish, whether they got them singing, clapping, bopping their heads, or even in the case of one particular gentleman, eagerly performing some mighty air guitar. They played a batch of fantastic tunes from their upcoming debut album including Glasgow Stranger, Coraline and the new single, as well as a few classics from the Paradise Place EP.
Capping off with For All Our Sins, We’re Golden, they finished what was undoubtedly one of the best live performances of the year so far, and it has definitely got me excited for the new album. Roll on 1st June!