Born in 2011 and nurtured on a diet of K Cider, weed and Skateboarding, Brighton-via-Cornwall trio Gnarwolves have been tearing through the UK underground, garnering stellar reviews since their inception. In the relatively short time Thom, Charlie and Max have been playing music they have made the giant leap from a cult basement act to a genuine prospective phenomenon, This isn’t just a band. This is, in their words, a CRU.
Due in no small part to their electric live shows, the band have been picking up fans left, right and centre with their deadly cocktail of snarling, in-your-face, punk urgency and bona-fide anthemic hooks. Taking in every corner of the UK, as well as making their first forays on European soil, the band already possess an impressive touring CV with support slots to Funeral for a Friend, Lower than Atlantis and The Story So Far in the past year alone. With shows notorious for mass arms-aloft sing-alongs and seas of crowd surfers, the band have proved to be a perfect festival fixture, already gracing stages at Hevy, Slam Dunk and the ‘I-was-there’ moment of the summer at last year’s Reading and Leeds festivals.