Band of The Day: Let The Wolves Speak

Happy Thursday! Hopping over to Millie-Waugh-Kay for today’s BotD…

Simple things first – where are you guys from?

We all met in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

How did you meet?

Through friends and meeting at shows in the scene.

How long have you been playing as a band?

Since August 2015.

Before you get sick of being asked… where does the band name come from?

The band name came from one of us having big dream catchers that have an image of native people surrounded by wolves, and also in relation to coming up with a meaning for anyone to not feel wrong for expressing how ever they feel.

What are your influences?

Our influences are always changing, especially since we started. From really heavy music to like folk tunes.

Describe your music. What makes you unique?

The song writing, and the song structure really. Just the way we put our creative efforts to our songs.

Do you have any particular lyrical themes?

I like to write about personal experiences in my life, along with what’s been going around in that time for myself. I also like to exercise on writing fiction based themes, lyrically.

What’s your live show like? How many shows have you played?

About 30 shows.

What’s the wildest thing you’ve seen or done at a live show?

Our guitarist Alex likes to go in the pit and riff out with the crowd and just throw down.

What kit do you use / guitars do you play / etc.?

Eric uses a custom SJC three-piece Colonial maple kit. Alex uses Moniker Guitars, Orange Amplifiers, and Atlas Custom Cabinets. Austin uses Schecter Guitars and orange Amplifiers

What are your plans for 2019?

Just pushing out our EP to the public and seeing the reciprocation.

If you were second on a three-band bill, which band would you love to be supporting and which band would you choose to open for you? A chance to plug someone you’ve toured with, or a mate’s band we’ve not heard of before!

We’d choose to support a band called Luca, and have a band called It Bleeds open for us.

Let The Wolves Speak: facebook | bandcamp

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