Wolf Alice release music video for “Don’t Delete The Kisses” / Announce North American dates

Today, London-based rock band, Wolf Alice release the music video for their new single “Don’t Delete The Kisses”, which was directed by Sophie Muller. “Don’t Delete The Kisses” will be included on their upcoming sophomore album entitled Visions Of A Life, which is set for release September 29th, 2017 via Dirty Hit/RCA Records and is available for pre-order now.  “Don’t Delete The Kisses” and previously released track “Yuk Foo” will be available as instant-grat upon album pre-order.

Click HERE to watch.

Wolf Alice also revealed the track listing for Visions Of A Life. See full track listing below.

1. Heavenward

2. Yuk Foo

3. Beautifully Unconventional

4. Don’t Delete The Kisses

5. Planet Hunter

6. Sky Musings

7. Formidable Cool

8. Space & Time

9. Sadboy

10. St. Purple & Green

11. After The Zero Hour

12. Visions Of A Life

Additionally, the foursome will be hitting the road throughout the month of December for a short North American tour. The tour will be kicking off in Toronto and will be hitting cities like Brooklyn, Washington, D.C. and Philadelphia.  Tickets are on sale now and can purchased here. See full list of tour dates below.



Danforth Music Hall

Toronto, ON




Montreal, QB



Brooklyn Steel

Brooklyn, NY



The Met

Pawtucket, RI



9:30 Club

Washington, D.C.



Trocadero Theatre

Philadelphia, PA



Terminal West

Atlanta, GA

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