The British alternative rock group has held a special screening of their new film Blue weekend at the Grammy Museum in Los Angeles on Wednesday, October 27e. The film, directed by Jordan Hemingway, was followed by a question-and-answer session and a special acoustic performance by Wolf Alice.
Not only their movie Blue weekend inspired by their latest album, but it’s also an incredible performance of an evening in London, bringing the music of Wolf Alice to life by fully bringing the audience to life in a unique experience.
The film was followed by a question-and-answer session by Anna Bulbrook. The conversation touched on several points, including the band’s experience in creating an album in the midst of a pandemic. The group discussed their ambitions of wanting to create a Grammy-worthy album, their thought process when composing their album. Blue weekend as well as their experience working with Markus Dravs. Asked about the creation of Blue weekend film, Wolf Alice lead singer Ellie Rowsell added that she saw Hemingway Lipstick 2.0 film and were in awe of its storytelling, which led the group to want to work with the Image Creator.
After the question-and-answer session, an intimate acoustic performance by Wolf Alice left many guests stunned by the band’s immense talent. Rowsell’s voice was euphoric, transporting the audience to a sort of dreamland. In between each song, the group responded directly to questions from audience members, making the event a deeper experience for fans. The performance included acoustic renditions of “Smile”, “How Can I Make It OK?” and a cover of “Bobby” by Alex G. The evening ended with a standing ovation from the whole audience.
The Grammy-nominated group is currently touring the United States and will launch their UK tour in January 2022, followed by a European tour in February 2022. To see tour dates and listen to new music, visit Wolfalice.fr.