New Scottish music: We Came From Wolves

Fresh from a tour of the Highlands, including a live session on Gaelic station BBC Rapal, Perthshire alt-rock quartet We Came From Wolves are starting to make waves.

We Came From Wolves

Taken from their self-titled debut album, their latest single Ruiner was released last month via Saraseto Records, and to date, they’ve enjoyed attention from BBC Radio Scotland’s Vic Galloway, Jim Gellatly, Rock Sound, Big Cheese Magazine and Kerrang! Live, the four-piece are a force of nature and their blistering shows have led to bookings as far afield as Slovakia, Germany and France, support slots with Frightened Rabbit and The LaFontaines, and helped secure a Best Rock/Alternative gong at the Scottish Alternative Music Awards. Their next gig is at Sneaky Pete’s in Edinburgh on 23 April as part of new multi-venue festival The Big Discovery. Listen at

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