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The Dove & The Wolf Release I Don’t Know What To Feel EP via Fat Possum Records

March 26, 2017

The Dove & The Wolf Release
I Don’t Know What To Feel EP via
Fat Possum Records
On Tour with Jens Lekman
“Warm and intimate, Hayat’s soprano balancing Gil’s alto, their voices weave together in unexpected harmonies.” – Noisey
“…  speaks volumes of heartbreak, loss, and, at some points, hope.” – Nylon  
 
“Hayat and Gil have mastered their interlocked harmonies and the effect can flit between unsettling and endearing.” – Philly Voice
Today, March 24, The French-born, Philadelphia-based duo The Dove & The Wolf will re-release their 2016 EP I Don’t Know What To Feel with two new and unreleased tracks. This EP is available digitally and on vinyl for the first time ever via Fat Possum Records.
I Don’t Know What To Feel is now available for purchase and streaming HERE.
The band recently premiered the song “Motion Sickness” with Clash, who said; “it’s stunned, fragmented atmosphere results in something haunting, yet still beautiful.”
Previously, NPR Music premiered the video for “Seven Days” that was directed by Eliu Cornielle and features dancer Jasmine Mendoza. WXPN’s Bruce Warren called the song “…shimmering, beautiful and languorous.”
The Dove & The Wolf consists of the joint songwriting team of Paloma Gil and Lou Hayat, who have been playing together for more than 10 years. I Don’t Know What To Feel was recorded and produced by Dave Hartley (The War On Drugs, Nightlands) and Nick Krill (The Spinto Band, Teen Men), at Dave’s studio in Fishtown, Philadelphia in March 2016.
After spending twelve months across 2014-2015 touring with musicians like Rachael YamagataButch Walker and Hemming, the duo had no intention of slowing down. “When we packed our things in Philadelphia and returned to Paris last September, we thought we would be back in America soon after” Lou says. “We had just started working on our first album in LA when our one-year visas expired. Our lawyer told us it would probably take a month, maybe a month and a half to get back.” It took five.
Paloma nods in agreement. “We almost never questioned whether we would get the visas and return to America. But then it was like okay, it’s been two months and we haven’t heard anything. That made these new relationships even more intense. And then the attacks happened.”
“In the weeks after, nothing made sense anymore. We were so lost.” Lou finishes her thought with an intimacy common between the best friends. “Thank God we were still in Paris. It was important to be there in those weeks.”
When the girls returned to Philadelphia, they put a band together with drummer Craig Hendrix (Japanese Breakfast, Auctioneer, Jesse Hale Moore, Birdie Busch) and bass player Andy Black (Laser Background). They tracked the songs live with their new band members and Jesse Hale Moore on keys.
When the EP was initially released last year, it received acclaim from Stereogum, Noisey, and Nylon, who premiered the video for “The Smell of Us.”
The Dove & The Wolf are currently on tour with Jens Lekman, with additional touring to be announced later this year.
Track List:
 
1) Are You Thinking of Me
2) Green & Yellow
3) The Smell of Us
4) Seven Days
5) I Don’t Know What To Feel
6) Motion Sickness
7) Across The Atlantic
Tour Dates with Jens Lekman:
3/28: Dublin, IE – Whelans
3/29: London, UK – Oval Space
3/30: Leeds, UK – Brundenell Social Club
3/31: Manchester, UK – Band on the Wall
4/1: Glasgow, UK – St. Lukes Church
4/3: Stockholm, SE – Vasateatern
4/4: Uppsala, SE – Uppsala Konsert & Kongress
4/5: Malmo, SE – KB
4/6: Copenhagen, DE – Studie 2
4/7: Orebro, SE – Orebro Concert Hall
4/8: Gothenburg, SE – Pustervik
4/9: Oslo, NO – John Dee
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