<STRONG>Wolf Parade’s return from hiatus in 2016 found the band with renewed energy, plenty of which went into the recording of Cry Cry Cry, their vibrant fourth album.
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Wolf Parade’s return from hiatus in 2016 found the band with renewed energy, plenty of which went into the recording of Cry Cry Cry, their vibrant fourth album. Filled with the spiky, art-damaged energy that runs through their best work, the band performs three Cry Cry Cry tracks and a Wolf Parade classic live from the KEXP Gathering Space. Recorded 01/03/2018.

1. Lazarus Online
2. Soldier’s Grin
3. You’re Dreaming
4. Baby Blue

 

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