Patrick Wolf unleashes ‘Lupercalia’ album cover

By Editor
By March 25, 2011 January 10th, 2014 London

Patrick Wolf has unveiled the brand new cover art for the new album ‘Lupercalia’ which will be released on May 30.


The tracklisting is as follows:

‘The City’




‘Bermondsey Street’


‘The Future’






‘Time Of My LIfe’


‘The Days’


‘Slow Motion’




‘The Falcons’

‘Lupercalia’ is already being hailed as his best work to date. An unusual array of instruments emerge; the duduk, cristal bachet, glass harmonica and ondes martenot all combine with orchestral woodwind, brass, choral and string sections recorded at the legendary Air Studios to produce a body of work that sounds like the album Wolf has been waiting all his life to make.


Speaking in a recent interview, Wolf explains how the lyrics to this album are “hugely confessional” Having found both love and a related sense of deep fulfillment last year, “Lupercalia” records this continuing journey of discovery and the newly found redemptive feelings he has been experiencing. It seems that a refreshed outlook on life and a profound optimism has propelled him to new creative heights, contradicting the view that abject suffering always makes the best art.


For more information visit the official website.


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