The Single Girl: We Came From Wolves, “Paradise Place” EP

We Came From Wolves have only just appeared on our radar with this latest EP “Paradise Place.” It really feels as though this Glasgow based band are looking to shake things up with these four perfect, epic rock tracks.

Opening with title track “Paradise Place,” what hits you immediately is how mature this young band sound. Taking their influences from bands like Biffy Clyro, they’re using the Biffy blueprint of soaring accessible rock but injecting their own youthful essence into each track. “A Bastard Son, a brother to none” will give you goosebumps—it’s brimming with the feeling of adolescent abandon. “Stallions, Foals, Foxes and Crows” draws upon the summery fun rock of the naughties—imagine Lit with a Scottish accent!

However, leaving us where they started, on a slightly darker, introspective note, the EP ends with “Always To Live Forever,” showcasing the band’s natural talent for highly accomplished, spine-tingling rock—perfection.

We Came From Wolves are perhaps one of the most exciting and promising bands to emerge from Scotland in a while—they’ve hardly begun but you could easily imagine them playing with the best of them on some of the biggest stages in the world. If these boys play their cards right, they could be in for very big things indeed.

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