“The first face, you show to the world. The second face, you show to your close friends and your family. The third face, you never show anyone, It is the truest reflection of who you are,” says Wolf about Three Faces EP, alluding to a Japanese proverb which is the basis on which this new work is built. A way of understanding the personality of human beings in which energy, aura or self-knowledge and the subsequent exploration of the inner world make an appearance. “In particular, Let Live was inspired by the energy around people having some kind of say in how we express ourselves,” Wolf explains about one of the four singles that make up this new musical proposal, in which the genre-fluid artist takes advantage of music to connect with the spiritual universe while creating a safe space where people can feel free.
Exploring the throat chakra and drawing inspiration from people like Nedra Tawwab, Wolf unveils an amazing work. And it is that beyond an evident musical talent, an innate ability to send messages and convey emotions is what makes this proposal truly special. They will bring these records to life on October 7 at WFNM with The Keep Running on drums.