On their second album, Wolf People amplify the healthy appreciation of English and Scottish folk song traditions (as interpreted by the late ’60s British folk-rock movement) that has bubbled under their prog-fuelled fuzz-rock templates on past releases.

Recorded during ceaseless rains in an isolated house on the Yorkshire Dales, Fain‘s bleak beauty resembles the surroundings it was created in. Remoteness from modern-day concerns infuses the eight songs.

Read the full Best Fit review of Fain here and enjoy the album in its entirety below, streaming exclusively at Best Fit.

Fain is released via Jagjaguwar on April 30.

Catch Wolf People on tour in the UK and Europe throughout the spring and early summer at the following dates:

Fri 3 – Sound City, Liverpool, UK
Thu 9 – Hare & Hounds 2, Birmingham, UK
Fri 10 – Sound Control, Manchester, UK
Sat 11 – The Exchange, Bristol, UK
Sun 12 – Blind Tiger, Brighton, UK
Thu 16 – Holy Trinity Church, Leeds, UK
Fri 17 – Think Tank, Newcastle, UK
Sat 18 – Stag And Dagger Festival, Glasgow, UK
Sun 19 – Portland Arms, Cambridge, UK
Thu 23 – PIAS Nite at La Fleche D’Or, Paris, France
Fri 24 – Zurich Kinski Klub, Switzerland
Sat 25 – Brussels VK, Belgium
Mon 27 – Gebäude 9, Cologne, Germany
Tue 28 – White Trash, Berlin, Germany
Wed 29 – Molotow, Hamburg, Germany
Thu 30 – Doornroosje, Nijmegen, Netherlands
Fri 31 – Paradiso, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Sat 1 – Trix, Antwerp, Belgium
Mon 3 – Hoxton Bar & Kitchen, London, UK

Sat 5 – Hop Farm Festival