UK singer/songwriter Patrick Wolf has lashed out at the crew at Pitchfork Media, tweeting that he’s sick of them always writing stuff about him.
To celebrate his 10 years as a recording artist, Patrick Wolf will release a double album titled Sundark & Riverlight, which will consist of acoustic re-recordings made up from songs written throughout his career. The album will be released on 25th September, which ties in nicely with his Australian shows earlier in the month. Over
Patrick Wolf has sold out his Sydney show at the Opera House on the 8th of September. A second show has now been added on the 9th at the same location. He’ll be taking the stage at these shows to play a collection of a songs from his 5-album back catalogue, including his latest album
Patrick Wolf will be returning to Australia this September to perform a run of acoustic shows. He’ll be taking the stage to play a collection of a songs from his 5-album back catalogue, including his latest album Lupercalia. He’ll be visiting Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth. This year Wolf celebrates an impressive decade in
Androgynous British talent Patrick Wolf has revealed details of his new album. Lupercalia is set for release through Hideout Recordings/Mercury on May 30 in the UK, an Australian date is yet to be confirmed. Lupercalia represents Wolf’s (real name Patrick Dennis Apps) fifth album and follow-up to 2009’s The Bachelor. Pitchfork explains how Wolf produced