Silences – There’s A Wolf

After earning unanimous praises from BBC Radio1 hosts Annie Mac and Huw Stephens, alongside with the likes of big names like Hozier and St Vincent who shared the stage with them, Silences are now back with the follow-up to their two previous EPs Nevernames and Sister Snow. Premiered on Annie Mac’s show, the new track is called There’s A Wolf and it’s a gloomy folk-rock mantra that comes together with the announcement of their new EP Luna.

This is what the frontman Conchúr stated about the track: “‘There’s A Wolf’ is about the menace of nostalgia and how our minds can reinterpret our memories and feelings to make us miss something that we never cared that much for. Musically, I believe it’s a massive progression for the band.”