Wolf Alice share an infectious new album preview, Beautifully Unconventional

Wolf Alice share an infectious new album preview, Beautifully Unconventional

Their new record Visions Of A Life is out later next month.

Following the release of Yuk Foo in June and the dazzling Don’t Delete The Kisses (an anthem about “playing it cool” with your crush) a month ago, London four piece Wolf Alice are back again with yet another new cut from their forthcoming second album Visions Of A Life with a new track titled Beautifully Unconventional. Marking the third preview of their new record, the album’s latest cut comes in a quick 2 minutes and 13 seconds, but it definitely packs a punch in that short time. Both feeling and sounding like a garage jam, Beautifully Unconventional trickles with infectious guitars and lyrics that ode to that one friend who is your partner in crime.

Inspired by the 1998 film Heathers, frontwoman Ellie Rowsell said during the song's debut on Annie Mac’s BBC Radio 1 show that Beautifully Unconventional should be understood from the perspective of the character JD (played by Christian Slater).  “It’s inspired by a friend of mine, me kinda imagining us as Christian Slater and Winona Ryder in that film Heathers," says Roswell to the BBC host. "I think I’m Christian”. Wolf Alice’s new album Visions Of A Life is due for release on September 29th, but you can check out the tracklisting below.

Visions Of A Life Tracklisting:

1. Heavenward

2. Yuk Foo

3. Beautifully Unconventional

4. Don’t Delete The Kisses

5. Planet Hunter

6. Sky Musings

7. Formidable Cool

8. Space & Time

9. Sadboy

10. St. Purple & Green

11. After The Zero Hour

12. Visions Of A Life

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