TUNE Trwbador - Several Wolves (Sieren Remix)
First remix of the campaign delivered - Sieren (Project Moon circle).
Sieren is the maiden name of Matthias Frick’s mother and also his current alias under which he started to release his first free tracks in 2011. Rumour has it that he has a dark secret history of producing experimental techno, albeit his love for UK influenced bass music existed for more than one handful of years.
Owlet Music happily announce that the third single and title track from the critically acclaimed TRWBADOR album 'Several Wolves' will be released on the 30th March. Having been described as sounding similar to “The Knife” by BBC Radio 1 DJ Huw Stevens and “Broadcast with a 4 to the floor kick drum” by journalist Joe Muggs, Several Wolves is as close as the duo from Carmarthenshire get to straight up pop music. However, members Angharad Van Rijsiwjk and Owain Gwilym have still managed to give the track the unique and artistic edge that led them to become forerunners of the Welsh music scene. Several Wolves was performed live in session for BBC Radio 1 along with 2 album tracks back in October 2014.
Hard pulsing beats drive rippling, gnarling analog bass and arpeggios through just over 3 minuets of the catchiest melodies vocalist Angharad Van Rijswijk has mustered to date. She says of the track:
“While making the record we were working full time jobs and trying to record and play gigs on holidays and weekends. Keeping your eye on the goal can be tricky sometimes when you're tired and trying to pay the bills. This track captures some of that feeling that creeps in now and again when you question if it's worth it; struggling towards your goal in a World you're constantly being told could end in your lifetime.”
TRWBADOR's Several Wolves album has been a great critical success, being called “A Stunning Record” 4/5 from Q Magazine and “Philosophical Epicness” 8/10 from Mixmag. It was also featured as BBC 6 Music 'Album Of The Day' and ArtRocker 'Album of the Week'. Tracks from the album have been used by the BBC to soundtrack Panorama, The One Show and a radio jingle. Now, with the release of the title track as a single, it's the perfect way to round off this fantastic run.
2015 has some exciting milestones in store for TRWBADOR. Yet to be announced performances at the countries biggest music festivals along with a hand full of gigs across the UK at the start of the Summer will see Several Wolves hit UK stages hard before moving further afield.