London, Ontario is proud to be the home of Mountain of Wolves, a soul-inspired rock & roll band who excels at engaging audiences from small-town bars to packed concert halls. Their enormous on-stage personality is mirrored by a similarly large and exhilarating sound. Mountain of Wolves’ sound is reminiscent of living rock & roll legend Jack White, with a healthy dose of 1960s soul and finished with a classic instrumentation one might find listening to The Band or The Doors.
Mountain of Wolves released their first single – Never Coming Home – at a sold out show at London’s prestigious Aeolian Hall in March 2016. The following month, Never Coming Home was played on CBC as well as London’s local radio stations, and Mountain of Wolves won Made In London, a local radio competition put on by Free 98.1 radio in London. The win resulted in additional airplay on Free FM. During August 2016, Mountain of Wolves booked and completed a Canada-wide tour, playing more than 25 shows between British Columbia and P.E.I during the month. Upon returning home in September, Mountain of Wolves was booked to play the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) during the opening night party. Between frequent gigs in London, Toronto and many other Ontario cities and towns, Mountain of Wolves spent October 2016 recording a full length album at Toronto’s Phase One Studios, which is planned to be released in the first few months of 2017.