DeWolff formed in the Netherlands’ Deep South of Geleen, when they were barely teenagers in 2007 by brothers’ Pablo (singer/guitarist) and Luka van de Poel (Drums) and Hammond organist Robin Piso. Named after Harvey Keitel’s character, Winston Wolfe, in Pulp Fiction, their luscious and expansive neo-psychedelia saw them burst out of the city. After releasing 5 studio albums and supporting the likes of The Black Keys, Blues Pills, Ten Years After and Deep Purple, DeWolff are about to give birth to their new album “Thrust” on May 4th on Mascot Label Group.
Away from their traditional ‘vintage’ sound, the album is full of lots of firsts for the band; they tackle contemporary social and political issues on ‘Deceit & Woo’ which was written on the day of Donald Trump’s inauguration and they explore the political climate closer to home on the opening track ‘Big Talk’ which is targeted swipe at the Dutch far-right politician and ‘Dutch Trump’, Geert Wilders. Ten years of being a band and wanting to produce your greatest record to date has made ‘Thrust’, a full representation of the DeWolff live experience incorporated with the in the studio experimentation. It represents the sound of rock ‘n’ roll in 2018; equal doses of anger, frustration, emotion and at times disillusion with the state of the world today and all delivered in a hooky and gloriously epic fashion.
PR GSA: Christoph Hallerberg / email@example.com
Label: Mascot Label Group
Booking DE+AT: Karsten Jahnke
Booking CH: Two Gentlemen