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Wolf Alice’s Ellie Rowsell is a Runaway Bride in the Self-Directed Video for “Space & Time”

Visions of a Life Out Now via Dirty Hit/RCA

May 30, 2018
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Britain's Wolf Alice released their sophomore album, Visions of a Life, last fall via Dirty Hit/RCA. It was our Album of the Week (also read our rave 9/10 review of the album). It was also #5 on our Top 100 Albums of 2017 list. Now they have shared a video for "Space & Time." Frontwoman Ellie Rowsell directed the video herself and she stars as a runaway bride. Watch it below.

Read our 2017 interview with Wolf Alice on Visions of a Life.

Wolf Alice released their amazing debut album, My Love Is Cool, back in 2015. It made it to #3 on Under the Radar's Top 100 Albums of 2015 list and landed Rowsell on the cover of our Best of 2015 print issue, in a joint cover with Father John Misty. Rowsell also sang guest vocals on the latest alt-J album, Relaxer, singing on the opening track, "3WW."

Also ead our Best of 2015 article on Wolf Alice. Also read our earlier 2015 print article on Wolf Alice, as well as our 2015 Pleased to Meet You Spotlight article on Wolf Alice. And read our review of My Love Is Cool here.

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Grace Kelly
September 30th 2018
5:26am

Singer Ellie Rowsell said that the track is about being faced with life’s obstacles and knowing that at some point you’ll be looking back on yourself at this moment in time and it won’t be as bad as it feels right now. The visuals see Rowsell running through the woods and various other locations while wearing a wedding dress and a bridal set aurora il, which looks fabulous! Meanwhile, Wolf Alice appeared at BBC’s Biggest Weekend over the Bank Holiday. Speaking to NME at the event, the band gave an insight into what to expect from their next LP.