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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

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AUDIO: Old Wolves – “Shovel and a Broom”

Dark blues-folk project Old Wolves has a new single out. It’s a song about everyone’s spirits getting buried at the end of the day by the titular tools; the sentient vehicles we call our bodies ultimately return to the dirt that birthed us. Joe Zumpano kicks the tempo up with some bluegrass sensibilities here. Face your fate with Old Wolves’

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AUDIO: Old Wolves – “Your Ghost Now in the Branches” (EP)

Doom folk project Old Wolves has a new EP out, following the lead single (and title track) from a few weeks back. Through four tracks (including one interlude), Joe Zumpano keeps it heavy with a dreary mood and tortured tone. It feels like we’re walking through a desecrated property that was once blessed with life and meaning, but is now

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VIDEO: Old Wolves – “Your Ghost Now in the Branches”

Blues folk project Old Wolves has the first single and video out for his upcoming EP. With a crushing doom riff, the tune seems to be inspired by the false calls for unity in America right now. In a period where we’re so politically divided, our bodies will ultimately wither away alone. The judgment has been brought upon by our

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AUDIO: Old Wolves – “Smoldering Pines”

Blues-folk project Old Wolves dropped a single this past week and it’s two songs. As the title suggests, the songs feel like a trek through dense forest in the middle of the summer. We follow Joe Zumpano’s rich voice through that forest as he shares tales of visits with the devil. Old Wolves has a new record out next week

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