This is an Album Daily Get-In-On-The-Ground-Floor alert! If you’ve been jamming out to The Weeknd’s Blinding Lights for the past year… we think you’ll really enjoy this album. Wolf Saga’s self titled album is a perfect amalgamation of indie-pop and 80's synthesizer that creates a freeing sound to frolic around in your kitchen to. Get out your slidy-est pair of socks and enjoy 30 minutes of non-stop hits. Wolf Saga sports an underrated 50k monthly listeners on Spotify so we’d bet your best friend hasn’t heard of this guy yet… let them know who sent ya!
Wolf Saga has unique influence: When listening to this self-titled album, you might think Wolf Saga looks to electronic or pop artists for influence. Well, just like Bobby Boucher in The Waterboy… Momma’s WRONG again. Johnny Saga (aka Wolf Saga) is most influenced by 80's bands such as Boston, Duran Duran, and U2. It doesn’t stop there. Wolf Saga enjoys David Bowie so much that he decided to tattoo Bowie’s face on his arm. Read the linked article by CBC to see this tattoo yourself.
Release date: November 18th, 2020
Similar artist(s): Big Data, Saint Motel, Empire of the Sun
Top tracks: Get Back, Through This Night, Eight Years