Derry/Belfast based quartet Sugarwolf are no strangers to the DIY graft of the Irish and UK rock scenes - Led by front woman Emma Gallagher the band previously secured a reputation as one of Ireland’s most exciting rock outfits and plan to continue to do so. Sharing the stage on tours with the likes of Fightstar, Black Peaks, Queen Zee, Employed To Serve and Skindred helped earn the band the reputation as one of the best live acts in the country and have since gained the support and endorsement deals with Jägermeister, Orange Amps and Ruach Music.
Sugarwolf had an exciting first year as a band with a number of tours across the UK and Ireland including festival appearances at Camden Rocks and headlining a stage at Stendhal Festival, securing them as one of the BBC’s ‘Future Headliners’. In November 2019 the band released their new single ‘Scared Of The Dark’ to a multitude of press and spins from BBC Radio 1 in support.
Citing influence from the likes of Bring Me The Horizon, Wolf Alice and Lady Gaga their diverse and uniquely organic brand of rock looks fixed to set them apart from the park of rising hopefuls in 2020.
Stream their new single ‘Scared Of The Dark’ here - smarturl.it/9qpc2r
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