Manchester heavy pop group WU LYF have seemingly split up – and they’ve used YouTube for their swansong. Consequence of Sound reports that the band posted a new song video on YouTube entitled T R I U M P H, alongside farewell letters from each band member. “WU LYF is dead to me,” frontman Ellery
Toyota seems to be the latest transnational corporation to think they’re above copyright laws. You can imagine the surprise on New Jersey outfit WU LYF’s faces when they heard their original track Heavy Pop on the ad, and it gets worse. Not only did they steal the song, they couldn’t have picked a worse ad
Manchester group Wu Lyf (World Unite Lucifer Youth Foundation) have cancelled their Australian shows for early next year, including their appearances at the St Jerome’s Laneway Festival 2012 lineup and sideshows at the Prince Bandroom in Melbourne, and the Metro Theatre in Sydney. A statement was posted on Laneway Facebook page last night: Due to
Wu Lyf have announced St Jerome’s Laneway Festival sideshows in Melbourne and Sydney in February.
Manchester four-piece Wu Lyf have announced Laneway 2012 sideshows in Sydney and Melbourne via their website today. The band formed in 2008 and they only released their first album Go Tell Fire to the Mountain in June this year, which peaked at #98 on the UK charts.
Manchester band WU LYF (World Unite/Lucifer Youth Foundation) have released a song off their new album Go Tell Fire To The Mountain due to be released independently (declining offers from record labels) on 13th June. The band have been getting a lot of hype in the UK recently, and are due to play the upcoming