DeWolff is a three-headed rockmonster that crawled right out of the Mississippi mud to shake, rattle and roll the world with some raw, psychedelic sixties blues rock. Armed with a screaming Hammond-organ, a muddy, howling guitar, thunderous drums and a soulful voice, these three wolfmen take you back to those wonderful 60’s and 70’s, when bands like Led Zeppelin, Cream, Pink Floyd and Deep Purple ruled the world of rock ‘n’ roll.
DeWolff was founded in 2007 in a town in Geleen, The Netherlands, and consists of Pablo van de Poel, brother Luka van de Poel and Robin Piso. In September 2008, DeWolff released its first EP DeWolff, and after 4 national tv-appearances, a lot of euphoric reviews and more than 100 live shows, in October 2009 DeWolff released their debut album Strange Fruits and Undiscovered Plants.
In January 2011 DeWolff came back with their second album: Orchards/Lupine. You can still hear the 60’s and 70’s influence, though they had developed their very own sound.
Now DeWolff bring out their third album: DeWolff IV, referring to Led Zeppelin IV. Again an album with rock ‘n roll influences, but also inspired by bands such as T-Rex.
DeWolff IV is a feast for the upper astral psyche, a manifest of genuine space rock. Featured on this double sided musical compendium is the 20-minute, seven volume opus " A Mind Slip", full of higher dimensional swagger, exotic wave modulations and mojo.
Building an enviable live reputation that earned them the 'Must See Live' tag by Rolling Stone by the end of 2012, DeWolff have been electrifying stages throughout Europe playing festivals such as Pinkpop, Lowlands, Sziget, Zappanale in Germany and the Arrezzo Wave Festival in Italy. They have supported bands like The Black Keys and played with the likes of Wolfmother, Prodigy, Alice Cooper, Mess Hall, Offspring, John Mayer, Lenny Kravitz and more.
DeWolff are spreading their wings internationally with tours of Germany, Italy and Russia coming up and now they fly to Australia to release all three studio albums on March 8, 2013 to accompany their first ever tour downunder.