Wolf Alice are set to play huge festivals in 2018. They are coming off the release of their second album, Visions of a Life, and this tour should be the one that breaks them in the U.S.
Eleven days in North America? Really?
They're back in 2018:
Eight days, this time.
How do you expect to make it in America if you're only willing to spend 19 days promoting your latest album? I would hope that popular demand would leave room to add some shows. I don't understand this strategy. I would think that this is a band that could pull in a huge crowd in the Northeast. Maybe I'm wrong, but I thought they were bigger than this.
They're playing with Guns and Roses, Foo Fighters, and Queens of the Stone Age, to name a few. And that's great--I hope they win people over. Why aren't they headlining?