Concert preview: Wolf Gang takes things slow and steady
Max McElligot, the singer and creative forced behind Britain’s Wolf Gang, takes a craftsman’s approach to recording, which helps explain, in part, why the band has released only a single album since forming back in 2009 (Suego Faults, which surfaced in the summer of 2011). It’s a level of care that reveals itself in delicately constructed tunes like “Something Unusual,” a dance-pop cut gilded with orchestral flourishes.
The group’s second, still-untitled album is slated for release sometime this year, and its high-profile opening gigs (the band has warmed up for Coldplay, Keane and Bastille in recent years) offers some hint of its grand, arena ambitions.
Photo courtesy of Wolf Gang
7 p.m. Saturday, May 31
391 Neil Ave., Arena District