Wolf Alice Shares “How Can I Make It OK?” Ahead of New Album ‘Blue Weekend’ 6/4; Announces U.S. Fall Tour Dates

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This Friday, June 4, acclaimed English indie/rock band Wolf Alice will now release its new studio album, Blue Weekend.

As one last bit of promotional material ahead of the album showing up on digital streaming platforms, the band shared a music video for “How Can I Make It OK?” on Thursday — take a look:

Blue Weekend is shaping up to be a record with unique depth and variety in its stylistic approaches; contrast the above to “Smile,” shared earlier:

In addition to debuting this last new single ahead of the album release, Wolf Alice also announced a U.S. tour for the fall in support of the album, set for late October into November:

Mon/Oct-25 Seattle, WA Showbox Market
Tue/Oct-26 Portland, OR Crystal Ballroom
Thu/Oct-28 Los Angeles, CA Teragram Ballroom
Fri/Oct-29 Los Angeles, CA Teragram Ballroom
Sat/Oct-30 San Francisco, CA August Hall
Mon/Nov-1 Salt Lake City, UT Grand @ The Complex
Wed/Nov-3 Denver, CO Bluebird Theater
Thu/Nov-4 Denver, CO Bluebird Theater
Sat/Nov-6 Minneapolis, MN Fine Line
Mon/Nov-8 Chicago, IL The Vic
Tue/Nov-9 Columbus, OH Newport
Thu/Nov-11 Boston, MA Paradise Rock Club
Fri/Nov-12 New York, NY Bowery Ballroom
Sat/Nov-13 New York, NY Bowery Ballroom
Mon/Nov-15 Washington, DC Union Stage
Tue/Nov-16 Washington, DC Union Stage
Thu/Nov-18 Nashville, TN Cannery
Sat/Nov-20 Atlanta, GA Terminal West

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Blue Weekend came about after the band — Rowsell, Joff Oddie (guitar, vocals), Theo Ellis (bass) and Joel Amey (drums, vocals) — decompressed after the lengthy time spent touring and supporting Visions of a Life in “an Airbnb in Somerset, and it was here that they reconfigured who they were together, far away from festival stages, tour buses, awards shows, and fans,” per a news release.


“They cemented their friendship and set to work on some fledgling demos in a converted church. These demos evolved into Blue Weekend, a record produced by Markus Dravs (Arcade Fire, Björk, Brian Eno, Florence + The Machine) who has aided the band in refining their sound to an even sharper point. Rowsell’s personal storytelling is at the core of Blue Weekend, an album that sees Wolf Alice embrace a newfound boldness and vulnerability in equal measure.”

The track listing:

1. The Beach
2. Delicious Things
3. Lipstick On The Glass
4. Smile
5. Safe From Heartbreak (if you never fall in love)
6. How Can I Make It OK
7. Play The Greatest Hits
8. Feeling Myself
9. The Last Man On Earth
10. No Hard Feelings
11. The Beach II

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