Wolf Alice started their US Tour to promote their second studio album, Visions Of A Life, in Berkley, California. We caught them on their sold out third stop of the tour in Los Angeles.
Jumping straight into the set, the four-person band was enthusiastically received by the crowd, composed of a varied group of concertgoers, all equally excited to be experiencing the show. Frontwoman Ellie Rowsell is a performer, commanding the stage while keeping the band’s punk rock vibes that Wolf Alice brings with some of their music. The variety of people in the crowd at their shows is probably due to the fact that the band refuses to just stay under one genre label, some songs such as “Don’t Delete The Kisses” falling more into an indie rock category where Rowsell can use a different range of her voice.
The band didn’t focus on interacting with the crowd which contributed to it feeling like you were really watching a show and having a shared experience with the people around you.
Wolf Alice is continuing their headlining tour through April and rounding out their North America shows by opening for Queens of The Stone Age at the beginning of May, keep an eye out to when they’re coming to a town near you.