Electronic dance artist Woolfy has shared a indie rock-leaning single, “Shooting Stars.”
The track serves as the lead single off of the EP of the same name, which is out on December 3rd via Ritual Release. The shimmering new single revolves around an infectious beat as Woolfy’s voice takes the forefront. The uplifting tune is all about being yourself. Written for his teenage daughter, the track makes you feel like anything is possible.
“It’s a song of hope I wrote for my daughter Neeve,” Woolfy explains. “Musically I was going for magical and dreamy, like when I went to see The Cure as a young lad, but also anthemic like a Queen stadium-filler. The bells are bringing a childlike playfulness and the big drums distinguish the song from the start, like, say, Massive Attack’s Hymn Of The Big Wheel. Once I had them, all the other parts started falling into place.”
Listen to “Shooting Stars” below.
The Shooting Stars EP features remixes from Django Django and Turbotito. While he still stays true to his dancey sound, Woolfy channels more personal songwriting on the collection. He’s at his most authentic and creative to date, harnessing everything he’s accomplished to explore new sonic territory.
While Woolfy is known to be an indie-disco mainstay, he seems to be looking into new genres and sounds with “Shooting Stars.”
Check out the tracklist for Shooting Stars below.
Shooting Stars tracklist:
01 – “Shooting Stars”
02 – “Shooting Stars (Turbotito Remix)”
03 – “Shooting Stars (Django Django’s When Authority Attacks Remix)”
04 – “At The End Of My Reach”