Gnarwolves — Gnarwolves. Never have I been so happy to catch a band on their way up to being loved than these 3 lads from Brighton. I managed 2 shows for them this year, opening their second UK headline tour after opening their first ever headline tour last year! That show has become local Salisbury folklore already, I then managed a Swindon show the day before they played Trees too. That Swindon show also became the stuff of legend, a 4 band bill in the midweek?
On paper it looked like it was doomed to fail, but we sold out the Victoria on a Wednesday. All the bands got paid, with Gnarwolves going home with more than they expected — Some lovely words from them followed and I, rather naively, believed we would be a shoe in for the Autumn tour.
However they did leave an absolute banger of a record in their wake. Listening to the various versions develop into a fully formed record has been a joy to unfold. I remember Chris T-T tweeting about his experience working with the band on the recording of their duet, he was a gush with superlatives and all of them justified.
This is the sound of a band reaching their song writing peak, flexing their ability to weave songs as Kyle manages to weave 2 stone walled classics together in such a sublime manner as he has done. That takes some serious confidence. Managing to pull it off is something else entirely. Have some of that establishment. For one week at least! With many many friends and associates we saw the band bash out the album, have 3 guest vocals to fill the 3 ghosts of Xmas, and I managed to shift their entire stock of the album manning their merch desk.
Nearly losing my Dad last year has made me susceptible to such emotional heart tugging. I want to see them live so bad, I want to stand at the front and sing along to every word and get lost in the moment. I managed to rescue their Bath gig from Moles, after it burnt down, and moved it to The Nest. Fucking super professional people, super fucking cool band, super ace songs. It is where I go to remind myself what I have and everything I should be grateful for.
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