Wolves Like Us are giving us a taste of their forthcoming album, Brittle Bones, out October 25 via Pelagic.

“It’s about dealing with demons in a real way, facing them and giving them the middle finger so to speak,” vocalist and guitarist Lars Kristensen says of their new album. “Brittle Bones is a juxtaposition of the calm and the raspy, comfort and disturbance;,beauty and repulsion … for the essence of art can only be understood as equally disturbing the comfortable and comforting the disturbed.”

WOLVES LIKE US w/ Planes Mistaken For Stars:
12/01/2019 Soup Kitchen – Manchester, UK
12/02/2019 The Exchange – Bristol, UK
12/03/2019 The Flapper – Birmingham, UK
12/04/2019 Rescue Rooms – Nottingham, UK
12/05/2019 G2 – Glasgow, UK
12/06/2019 The Lounge – London, UK
12/07/2019 Den Eglantier – Sint-Niklaas, BE
12/08/2019 Jubez – Karlsruhe, DE
12/09/2019 Hafenklang – Hamburg, DE
12/10/2019 Cassiopeia – Berlin, DE
12/11/2019 MTC – Cologne, DE
12/12/2019 Vaterland – Oslo, NO

Follow them on Bandcamp or preorder the physical copy here.

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