Today, Brooklyn-based rock duo hunter & wolfe share their new EP, Late Then Never, the band’s first offering since their 2014 full-length LP, Days And Works. Impose Magazine is currently streaming the record in advance of the official release this Friday. They praised the EP, stating, “This record packs a lot into 5 songs — themes range from tongue-in-cheek wit, regret, suffering from loss, love and self-doubt.” Check out three of those tracks below.
Late Then Never incorporates their signature singer-songwriter feel with an indie rock flare and a heavy dose of wordplay; it’s about struggling to find meaning amidst the noise of modernity. Late Then Never features Doug Schadt (producer/engineer), Harper James (engineer), and Joe Lambert (mastering). The record will be available and will be distributed digitally by Spotify, Bandcamp, iTunes, and Google Play.
hunter & wolfe is comprised of Michael Maffei (vocals, guitar, piano), and Sundeep Kapur (guitar). Kapur and Maffei formed hunter & wolfe when visiting Chicago in 2011. In a (misguided) attempt to impress people, they jokingly introduced themselves as attorneys working at a law firm called “hunter & wolfe.” Somehow, the pair ended up performing at a house party that night and decided to keep the name. hunter & wolfe draw inspiration from Radiohead, Elliott Smith, and Arcade Fire.