‘In Your Arms Again’ is a brilliant debut single! Timothy has an amazing vocal sound and range. A must listen! Music Injection Aus
TIMOTHY WOLF ANNOUNCES DEBUT SINGLE ‘IN YOUR ARMS AGAIN’ AND LAUNCH SHOWS AT NORTHCOTE SOCIAL CLUB ON MAY 5 & 6!
Introspective soulful blues with a hint of ‘I’m ready to boogie’, Timothy Wolf is the thrilling new kid on the block, has shared his extraordinary debut single In Your Arms Again, an alluring ode to long term love, released today. Following an enormous debut sell out show at The Night Cat Fitzroy last month, Timothy Wolf and his boisterous nine-piece band The Howlers are set to step it up with their single launch show at Melbourne’s Northcote Social Club on May 6, with support from Guthrie.
Recorded in the tropical hinterland of Byron Bay at Bernard Fanning and Nick DiDia’s famed La Cueva Studios, produced and mixed by Dan Frizza (The Waifs, Gurumul, Ash Grunwald) and mastered by Michael Lynch (John Butler Trio), In Your Arms Again perfectly blends blues and soul, and immediately asserts that old-soul Timothy Wolf has indeed arrived. This is the song we didn’t know we needed from this hugely exciting new artist. In Your Arms Again is buoyed by gentle and restrained horns, and coupled with smooth electric guitar and moving keys that perfectly complement that stunning Timothy Wolf vocal, a falsetto on display that would make Al Green swoon.
Speaking on the recording at La Cueva, the singer songwriter says, “It was such a special time away. We didn’t know we were within the eye of the Covid 19 hurricane or that we’d head straight back into a gruelling stage 4 Melbourne lockdown. Timing came together for us perfectly as we were gifted the opportunity to hide away in the Byron Bay Hinterland, connect as the musical family we’d always seen the potential for and bring these songs to life.”
Timothy Wolf shares his TOP 5 Recording Tips for Indie Artists
- A song’s recording, production and soundscape can’t save songwriting. Get your songwriting right, know what you have to say and build up from that foundation. Then moving forward, how is this going to translate best ? – single tracked, live ? a bit of both ? I like having a vision to work towards.
- In turn good songwriting won’t translate very well through your Voice Memos. Just because you can upload anything to Tunecore doesn’t mean you should. My biggest tip would be to look at artists you love and want to sound like and see who is producing their music.
- Vocals – I’ve been singer/recording artist for over five years and I still can’t figure out how to get the best out of my voice in a booth. Sometimes I find the warmth of a studio chain and headphones can affect my pitch. Sometimes sliding slightly flat or sharp so singing with one can on and one off then concentrating on the organic sound helps me best place my notes and runs.
- Vibe is crucial… you’re making music. Don’t stress about it so much. Music needs to come from a good space. Hopefully you have good bandmates that can keep your feet on the ground or find the thing that calms you.
- Take your time!! Never rush and stress yourself. The best music does not come from this place. I’ve only just really started learning this one in a practical sense.
THURSDAY 5 MAY | NORTHCOTE SOCIAL CLUB | 18+ | NEW SHOW ANNOUNCED
THURSDAY 6 MAY | NORTHCOTE SOCIAL CLUB | 18+ | SOLD OUT
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