“Dying in the Living Room” is an era of Wolf Culture that has been a long time coming. We hope to deliver memorable tracks that showcase just how far we have come since our formative EP. Max has incorporated his raw emotional experiences, both positive and negative so we can connect with our audience on a relatable level and bring the listeners’ emotions straight to the surface. The lyrical content has matured as we have as people so it is almost as if our listeners are growing with us. As with our previous work, we endeavored to grant each track its own space to flourish with the EP touching on a variety of subjects that as individuals we wouldn’t necessarily have a voice to convey your opinions but as a group we can talk about things like anxiety, depression and coping mechanism son a level that people will understand.We still believe our sound is inherently Wolf Culture, however we really shook off our genre-specific restraints this time around. The confidence to satisfy our vast musical palette was definitely aided by working with producer Neil Kennedy from the Ranch. He really helped capture the vibe we were striving for in a more generally Alternative space." - Wolf Culture
“I don’t think we fully understood how much our songs would mean to people when we released "Devil’s Plans" so we set about being as honest as we possibly could through our music in an effort to share both our pain and happiness collectively.
Some of the topics of these songs have broken me to write about lyrically but it’s easy to forget as time goes on how much certain pivotal moments in your life meant to you at the time. I think it’s important to hold on to those feelings and immortalize them in melody. Even if only out of respect.” - Max Dervan
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