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After a quiet period away from the studio, Brisbane alternative favourites She Cries Wolf are back with a new single.
Entitled Cultist, and premiered last night on Triple J’s Short.Fast.Loud, it’s the band’s first release since the departure of bassist/clean vocalist Dom Harper to The Comfort in 2017. The new single and its accompanying music video mark a darker approach from the band, lambasting substance abuse and the families left broken in its wake.
A lack of recently recorded material hasn’t stopped the She Cries Wolf juggernaut from rolling on: the band shared stages with Justice for the Damned and Void of Vision around Australia, as well as providing local support for heavy hitters from across the globe such as Every Time I Die and Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes. We said of the band last year: “If bloody anarchy on stage is what you want, She Cries Wolf are the group that’s gonna slam it right into your face.”
Cultist is available to purchase/stream now on iTunes, Bandcamp and Spotify. If you didn’t score tickets to Parkway Drive in Brisbane unfortunately you’re out of luck; the show is now completely sold out.