Humble Wolf has been labeled as an up-and-coming bright star in the Indie Rock music scene. That said, it’s hard to call them strictly Indie as their music takes them all over the sonic landscape. The band consists of Jayson Angove on Lead Vox, Guitar, and Keys. Chris Winger is on Background Vox and Guitar. David Albertson plays Bass and Kit Coda plays drums.
Paper Thin is the first record from Humble Wolf. It was released in June of 2012 and featured Chasing Airplanes, Make It Through The Night, No Envy and the title track Paper Thin. Whatzup Magazine said, “There are some great songs on Paper Thin…Get a hold of this album, and I’m sure you’ll hear it as well.”
Black and White
Black and White is 2015’s follow-up record to Paper Thin. The album was more ambitious and took several years from start to finish. It has a more cohesive rock sound with songs like Heart Like Stone, I’ve Got Some Gasoline and This Should Scare You and isn’t quite as experimental as Paper Thin.
The album does still have a softer side with acoustic songs such as Coming Down, Going Away and The Ballad of Tora. You can pick it up in the webstore or on all the other major outlets such as Amazon or iTunes.
You can read more about Black and White and the band in this article by SubMerge Magazine.