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Hear This: St. Jude the Obscure - I'm The Wolves


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St. Jude the Obscure, a name inspired by the patron saint of lost causes and Thomas Hardy's most depressing novel, defy first impressions with a delicately powerful new single 'I'm The Wolves'. 

Formerly known as Feral Love and Bird, Liverpool-based duo Adele Emmas and Christian Sandford pair poetic lyricism with a contemporary electronic beat to produce an uplifting art-pop sound. They’re already making gains in the indie/alternative scene, after being playlisted by both BBC 6 Music and BBC Introducing last year.

Dripping in environmental, historical and literary references, St. Jude the Obscure have brought the metaphorical into the material with their latest single ‘I’m The Wolves’. A charmingly simple track, ‘I’m The Wolves’ has an up-tempo synth-pop melody resembling music from the likes of Bat For Lashes and Regina Spector. Emmas' bewitching vocals are buffered by ambient noise, which builds to a spiritual refrain. A steady, thumping drum beat gives the track strong legs to stand on.

‘I’m The Wolves’ was released worldwide on the 1st June and is available to listen on Spotify.

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