English dream pop outfit Mt. Wolf’s atmospheric blend of chamber pop, folk, electronic, and R&B has drawn comparisons to artists like James Blake, Bat for Lashes, Bon Iver, and Beach House. Formed in 2011, initially as a quartet, the band issued their debut EP, Life Size Ghosts, in 2012, followed by a second EP, Hypolight, in 2013. The band’s elegant and brooding pop confections found favor with both critics and the public, but the departure of co-founder and lead vocalist Kate Sproule in 2014 rendered the band’s future uncertain. Regrouping as a trio around vocalist Sebastian “Bassi” Fox, guitarist Stevie McMinn, and drummer Al Mitchell, Mt. Wolf returned in 2015 with a new EP, Red, which relied heavily on the distinctive croon of Fox, with newcomer Alexa Harley lending her considerable pipes to a song as well. The following year saw the trio issue their fourth EP, Hex. May 2017 brought Mt. Wolf’s first album, with production from Ken Thomas (Sigur Rós, M83), Aetherlight

Mt. Wolf – Heavenbound

Mt. Wolf – Soteria

Mt. Wolf feat. St. South – Golden

Mt. Wolf – Anacrusis