WOLF Want You To ‘Set Yourself Free’ With Forthcoming Single

George and Esther Longworth, originally started writing music as teenagers, before forming the band Dirty Blonde while studying at Cambridge University. Now the brother and sister are embarking on a new journey with their new project WOLF, and recently visited LA, where the pair worked on their debut EP, ‘You, Yourself, And Me’, alongside Joe Kiely, with whom George studied at the Royal College of Music. First single, ‘Set Yourself Free’, will be released on November 26.

WOLF take their musical inspiration from the likes of Bruno Mars, Avicii, and Dua Lipa, and their sound is modern pop filled with an energetic positivity.

The lyrics for ‘Set Yourself Free’ examine finding the strength to release the troubles in your life; “liberating yourself from worry and fear”. The track also has hits of Alphabeat in its electronic instrumentals and male/female vocals. Additionally, the sibling harmonies blend perfectly, finding an exquisite match in sound.

‘Set Yourself Free’ will be available across all major streaming platforms from the 26th of November 2019.

You can find WOLF online on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and their official website. Listen to more of WOLF’s music on their SoundCloud.


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