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Wolf Girl Announce Sophomore LP 'Every Now & Then', Share Toast For Dinner Video

Tuesday, 24 July 2018 Written by Laura Johnson

Wolf Girl have announced their second album.

'Every Now & Then' will arrive through Everything Sucks Music on October 19. It follows up 2016's 'We Tried'. 

Head below to check out the artwork for their new record and the video for their new single, Toast For Dinner. Vocalist, guitarist and bassist Healey said:

“This song is a tribute to my love of amateur magic, dual guitar riffs and toast. Toast is maybe the greatest food of them all and it is also my go-to if I’m burnt out and can’t find the energy to eat/cook a meal. This song is about a point where I was finding it hard to say no to things and ended up constantly feeling physically and emotionally drained. Sometimes I fantasise about there being multiple versions of myself like in Fantasia’s ‘The Sorcerer’s Apprentice’ so I can invest myself fully in everything that I do.”

The south London band have a busy summer ahead. They play an acoustic Indietracks warm up show at Waterintobeer in London on July 24, with their appearance at Indietracks Festival in Derbyshire lined up for July 29.

They will also appear at Viral Nights at the Lock Tavern, London on August 3, the How To Make Friends All Dayer at the Sebright Arms in London on August 5 and Loud Women Fest at London's Tufnell Park Dome on September 15.

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