Zoë Kravitz’s Debut LOLAWOLF Album Is Deep In The Late Night Zone
Calm Down is out tomorrow on Innit Recordings, but you can wrap your ears around the NYC trio’s smoky electronic pop now.
Photographer Eric Feigenbaum
October 20, 2014
New York electronic pop trio LOLAWOLF, fronted by Zoë Kravitz and named after the singer's sister and brother, release their debut album Calm Down tomorrow on Innit Recordings but you can listen to it right here, right now. Full of smoky vibes and lyrical asides, it digs deep into 3am feelings and a broader palette of sounds then their self-titled first EP. "We made this record in the Bahamas and Las Vegas, and it comes through in the sounds: hip-hop beats, tribal elements...electronic rhythm and vibe," the band told The FADER over email. Dig in below and get your hands on it here.