Wolf Alice unveil gritty new video for “Yuk Foo”

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Wolf Alice have unveiled the music video for their single “Yuk Foo,” and you can check it out above. The clip is gritty and brash, centered around performance clips filmed in the basement at Shoreditch Town Hall in London. Lead singer and guitarist Ellie Rowsell is completely in-your-face as she snarls, “No, I don’t give a shit,” and both the visuals and the band’s performance get gradually more frenetic over the course of the video. “Yuk Foo” was directed by Adam Powell, who’s also created videos for artists like Charli XCX and Wolf Alice’s labelmates The 1975.

“Yuk Foo” was released in June as the first single from the London-based band’s upcoming sophomore album, Visions Of A Life. The album will be released on September 29 via Dirty Hit/RCA Records.

Wolf Alice have also unveiled the track listing for the album, which you can see below. Visions Of A Life is now available for pre-order here.

Visions Of A Life tracklisting:
1. Heavenward
2. Yuk Foo
3. Beautifully Unconventional
4. Don’t Delete The Kisses
5. Planet Hunter
6. Sky Musings
7. Formidable Cool
8. Space & Time
9. Sadboy
10. St. Purple & Green
11. After The Zero Hour
12. Visions Of A Life

Before embarking on a record release tour this fall, Wolf Alice will be playing a series of intimate shows in the U.K. next month, returning to venues they played on their very first tour. In between, they’ll be returning to the U.S. for a performance at Cal Jam in San Bernardino, California in October. Crowned the “Best Live Band” at the 2016 NME Awards, Wolf Alice put on a show that is not to be missed.

Take a look at their upcoming tour dates below.

Tour Dates:
08/16: Derby, UK- The Venue
08/17: Middlesbrough, UK- Westgarth Social Club
08/18: Dundee, UK- Fat Sam’s
08/19: Aberdeen, UK- The Garage
08/21: Pontypridd, UK- Muni Arts Centre
08/22: Tavistock, UK- The Wharf
08/23: Tunbridge Wells, UK- The Forum
08/25: Guildford, UK- Boileroom
10/7: San Bernardino, CA- Cal Jam
10/27: Paris, FR- La Maroquinerie
10/28: Brussels, BE- Botanique/Orangerie
10/30- Berlin, DE- Festsaal Kreuzberg
11/1: Hamburg, DE- Mojo
11/2: Cologne, DE- Luxor
11/3: Amsterdam, NL- Melkweg
11/8: Bristol, UK- O2 Academy
11/9: Manchester, UK- O2 Apollo
11/11: Glasgow, UK- Barrowlands
11/12: Glasgow, UK- Barrowlands
11/13: Newcastle, UK- O2 Academy
11/15: Nottingham, UK- Rock City
11/16: Birmingham, UK- O2 Academy
11/17: Norwich, UK- UEA
11/18: Leeds, UK- O2 Academy
11/20- Brighton, UK- Dome
11/21: Southampton, UK- O2 Guildhall
11/24: London, UK- Alexandra Palace
11/27: Belfast, N. Ireland- Ulster Hall
11/28: Dublin, Ireland- Olympia