Wolf Alice obtain seemingly confirmed their return with a new project titled ‘The Closing Man On Earth’.
Ellie Rowsell and co shared the title on their web self-discipline alongside with a video of a flickering behold and invited their followers to confirm in to their mailing list for future updates.
It be no longer identified at the time of writing whether or no longer ‘The Closing Man On Earth’ is a single or album title.
The indie team – whose remaining studio album was 2017’s Mercury Prize-winning ‘Visions of a Existence’ – had been enjoying some downtime, nonetheless Ellie published in 2019 that she was reading books and being attentive to other bands in a portray to spark her ingenious juices and additionally they had plans to pen new material.
She acknowledged at the time: “I’ve simply learn the e book ‘Eleanor Oliphant Is Fully Dazzling’ [by Gail Honeyman]. That was moderately a proper learn.
“I have been listening loads to that new Crows tune. I have been looking to listen to to a tiny of nation song. I’ve never written nation and I don’t know the leisure about it, so it is seemingly you’ll presumably maybe be in a situation to listen to to it without putting to your analytical ears. That is moderately relaxing to me as a punter.
“I aged to play Irish song so I have been looking to earn encourage into that.”
Ellie persisted: “It be too early to recount at this point, nonetheless ideally I could maybe presumably maybe decide to obtain something new. I will peaceable be simply as angry if we didn’t, nonetheless that’s six months away, so I’m no longer going to be chilling that exhausting the total time!”
A year later, Dirty Hit tag boss Jamie Oborne spilled that Wolf Alive would expend 2020 engaged on their new file.
He acknowledged: “It’s going successfully. The guys are simply writing. The demos are comparatively much fashioned, we’ve settled on a producer and additionally they’ll be beginning in a few month’s time. It’s going to be incredible. They’re band already nonetheless appear in actuality inspired to create their most efficient album.”