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Sophomore album updates the sound of their Mud Records debut with added diversity and home studio virtuosity while showcasing the increasingly divergent songwriting styles of Mike (Mathlete) Downey and Joe (Busytoby) Ziemba. Inventive style meets pop sensibility on this springtime gem for fans of infectious, upbeat, hook-filled pop ranging from Of Montreal to Weezer to The Essex Green with a nod to 60s-style production.
Members have gone on to form The Like Young, Busytoby, The New Constitution, National Splits, and Mathlete!
Big Takeover: "Hot on the heels of last year's Awful Mess Mystery, Wolfie are up to the task of following up that solid batch of tunes... Boy/girl (mostly boy) vocals, whistling keyboards, and a cheeky, but oh-so-slightly-twee vibe makes for an ace combination. Listening to the skeletal pop bliss of "Mr. and Mrs. Season" and "You're Lucky I'm Skinny" will provide more motivation to start a band than anything else you'll come across. For Wolfie, it's not just a matter of infectious songs, it's the simplicity of their craft that's so awe inspiring."
CMJ: "There's something ingenious about Wolfie's simplistic take on indie-pop. With precociously sweet male/female vocals, jaunty organ melodies and crudely bashed-out rhythms, the band's appeal is inarguably one of pure, cute fun. [Wolfie] also instills its songs with a certain fresh-faced urgencythat turns its typically sub-two-minute bursts into clever celebrations of youth... with deceptively sharp melodic ideas and irrepressible energy."