AUDIO: Old Wolves – “Weep Not For Wandered Fawn”

Blues folk act Old Wolves is out with a new record, closely following last week’s single “Shovel and a Broom.” For those that yearn for the darker side of folk music, look no further. These songs are largely about impending doom as we remain trapped by the shackles of capitalism, fighting for survival. As the song “The Lonely Oak” touches on, sometimes that fight for survival carves into others. Embedded in the track listing are droning interludes that gradually get swallowed by devilish exhaust. Joe Zumpano delivers accursed melodies that cling to nature’s grasp with “Weep Not For Wandered Fawn.”

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