Today, London-based rock band Wolf Alice releases the music video for their track “Space & Time,” which was directed by the band’s lead singer Ellie Rowsell. “Space & Time” is included on Wolf Alice’s latest album Visions Of A Life, which is available now at all digital retail providers via Dirty Hit/RCA Records.

Fans can catch Wolf Alice playing Governors Ball this Friday, June 1st at 2:15pm on the Bacardi Stage. They’ll also be playing the Governors Ball Afterdark show at Brooklyn Bowl on Sunday, June 3rd. Click HERE to purchase tickets.

About Wolf Alice

Wolf Alice recently released their sophomore album entitled Visions Of A Life via Dirty Hit/RCA Records. NME gave the album five stars and called it “bold, brave and magnificent”, and Drowned In Sound praised the album as “one of the most crucial, relevant, angry, cool and vibrant records of the decade” giving it a 10/10. Visions of a Life came in #1 on Drowned in Sound’s, #2 on NME’s and #3 on Q Magazine’s year end lists. The band recently performed “Sadboy” on The Late Late Show With Stephen Colbert (ClickHERE). Past TV performances include their Top 15 AAA single “Bros” (VIDEO LINK) on The Late Late Show with James Corden, “Moaning Lisa Smile” on Conan, and “You’re A Germ,” Your Loves Whore” and “Turn to Dust” on NBC’s Last Call with Carson Daly.The band’s first U.S. single “Moaning Lisa Smile” was nominated for a 2016 GRAMMY Award Nomination for Best Rock Performance and was a Top 10 single at Alternative radio.  Wolf Alice has been named one of Billboard Magazine’s Artists to Watch, as well as one of Rolling Stone’s 10 New Artists You Need to Know.  The London quartet also gave stripped down performances of “Fluffy”, “Turn To Dust”, and “Bros”, on NPR’s Tiny Desk Concert Series (Click HERE).  Additionally, they performed “You’re A Germ”, “Your Loves Whore”, and “Turn To Dust” on NBC’s Last Call With Carson Daly and most recently, “Sadboy” on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert..  Wolf Alice has also been shortlisted for the prestigious Mercury Prize and received a 2016 Brit Award Nomination for British Breakthrough Act. The band has toured with The 1975, has had several headline tours, and played major festivals including Coachella Music and Arts Festival and Lollapalooza, and just wrapped up their run with Queens of the Stone Age.

Wolf Alice are:
Ellie Rowsell, Joff Oddie, Joel Amey, Theo Ellis

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