Gnarwolves release first new track in almost three years

For the first time since 2015, Brighton via Cornwall punk-rock trio Gnarwolves have released new music.

The track ‘Wires’ is taken off the bands forthcoming third album Outsiders.

Now we find the three-piece appearing near fully-formed, with ‘Wires’ bringing to the table the cautionary depths of seclusion and apathy, with frenetic energy and trademark hooks to create an anthem about not taking the easy route.

With this new record, which is set to be released on May 5 via Big Scary Monsters and Tangled Talk, Gnarwolves has refined their sound with lyrics reflecting on world weary introspection ever present.

As the title Outsiders suggests, the band continue to do things their own way and with the ten songs displayed here, there’s enough wit and songwriting nous, to see the band transcend to a new plane.

To promote the new record the trio will be hitting the road to promote the record.

See a full list of dates below:

Apr 28th | Sputnikhalle, Munster, DE
Apr 29th | Winston, Amsterdam, NL
Apr 30th | Underground, Cologne, DE
May 2nd | Musik & Frieden, Berlin, DE
May 3rd | Hafenklang, Hamburg, DE
May 4th | Kavka, Antwerp, BE
May 8th | Mama Roux’s, Birmingham, UK
May 9th | Brudenell Social Club, Leeds, UK
May 10th | Riverside, Newcastle, UK
May 11th | Stereo, Glasgow, UK
May 12th | Sound Control, Manchester, UK
May 14th | Bodega, Nottingham, UK
May 15th | Fighting Cocks, Kingston, UK
May 16th | Exchange, Bristol, UK
May 17th | Clwb ifor Bach, Cardiff, UK
May 19th | Joiners, Southampton, UK
May 20th | Borderline, London, UK

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