Southern California rock quartet Joyous Wolf, described by the Los Angeles Times as a “mix of rugged grunge and blues,” premiere their official music video for “Quiet Heart.” The song appears on Joyous Wolf’s new EP A Place in Time, available now via Roadrunner Records. The performance-driven video captures the band in their most natural state — performing onstage.
Watch it here.
The band is currently supporting Deep Purple on their North American headline tour [itinerary below].
JOYOUS WOLF ON TOUR:
WITH DEEP PURPLE:
9/26 — Orlando, FL — Walt Disney Theatre at Dr. Phillips Center for Performing Arts
9/27 — St. Petersburg, FL — Mahaffey Theater
9/29 — Atlanta, GA — Coca-Cola Roxy
9/30 — Nashville, TN — Andrew Jackson Hall
10/2 — Washington, DC — Warner Theatre
10/4 — Monticello, NY — Resorts World Catskills
10/5 — Boston, MA — Orpheum Theater
10/8 — New York, NY — Beacon Theatre – NY
10/9 — Uncasville, CT — Mohegan Sun Convention Center
10/10 — Upper Darby, PA — Tower Theater
10/11 — Sacramento, CA — Discovery Park
10/12 — Indianapolis, IN — Murat Theatre at Old National Centre
10/13 — Milwaukee, WI — Riverside Theatre
10/15 — Detroit, MI — Fox Theatre Detroit
10/16 — Northfield, OH — MGM Northfield Park
10/18 — Rosemont, IL — Rosemont Theatre
ABOUT JOYOUS WOLF:
Joyous Wolf’s lineup consists of vocalist Nick Reese, guitarist Blake Allard, bassist Greg Braccio, and drummer Robert Sodaro. Reese and Sodaro met on their first day of sixth grade during student orientation. They went to different high schools where Sodaro would go on to befriend Braccio. During that time Reese, by chance, met Allard in the acoustic room at Guitar Center where they would jam CCR’s “Born on the Bayou.” There was an immediate dynamic between the two that ultimately led to an exchange of information. Months later Reese reached out to both Sodaro and Allard with the interest of starting a new project with them. Braccio would soon follow suit.
In the waning months of 2014 early jam sessions would yield the foundation of what Joyous Wolf have become. Fusing together influences ranging from heavy metal to Delta blues, Joyous Wolf create an expressive, high-energy fingerprint that separates themselves from their contemporaries in the realm of modern rock.
This is only the beginning.