Indie-rock band Wolfie’s Just Fine premiere their new track “I Forgot,” featuring minimal instrumentation and powerful harmonies that simultaneously evoke memories of the past and encourage forgetting them all together. PRESS HERE to listen via Billboard. The track is off the band’s debut album I Remembered but Then I Forgot available April 8, 2016 via Normal Guy Records. The album is now available for pre-order and when you purchase the pre-order now, you will receive FREE tracks that include “It’s a Job” and “A New Beginning,” PRESS HERE for more information.
“The thing that was important to me, beyond the crazy artist insecurities, in the songwriting process it needs to be genuine and vulnerable in a way that’s truthful,” says Lajoie to Billboard.
Without the punchlines, but with the same sort of punchy lyrics and catchy hooks that Lajoie’s fans have to come expect, Wolfie’s Just Fine introduces a new-yet-familiar side of the Montreal-born artist. In I Remembered But Then I Forgot, the debut album from Wolfie’s Just Fine, Lajoie’s raw vocal ability and his penchant for weaving together harmony-heavy melodies with nostalgic sensibilities positions him in a unique world between alternative and indie folk. Fans were first introduced to this side of Lajoie with the release of the video for “It’s a Job,” PRESS HERE to watch.
I Remembered but Then I Forgot features ten original songs whose inspirations range from the perils of young love to the strange ways in which B-movies and summer blockbusters can leave an imprint on our lives. The album is a collage of memories-many inspired by Lajoie’s experiences growing up with eight brothers and sisters-exploring not only the fickle nature of recollection, but also how our memories evolve over time.
“Right now,” say Lajoie, “I’m only focused on writing about personal experiences. It’s the only thing I feel like I have any authority to talk about.”
Lajoie is a Canadian comedian, actor, and musician best known for his role as Taco in the FXX series The League, as well as his YouTube persona “Everyday Normal Guy.” Wolfie’s Just Fine is the first endeavor to showcase his music independent of the comedy.