Image credit: Michael Alexander
Previously featured on POP Music (read interview), Indie-pop artist Wolf Saga’s noteworthy song ‘Fall Out’ features on his self-titled album release. The album consists of eight songs that have a meaning and are to honour each year of Saga’s career.
Wolf Saga is well known for having a vibrant presence and always being authentic and relatable. It makes sense as he is used to being in the spotlight. The producer has appeared at the WayHome Festival alongside Neil Young, Sam Smith, Alt-J. He has also performed at the Wake The Giant Festival, where he shared a stage with Metric & July Talk to name a few.
Wolf Saga’s inspiration for his latest release ‘Fall Out’ was written about relationships and how they don’t always live up to what we hope for. It is something that we all can relate to. The indie pop artist managed to write about real issues with his song ‘Fall Out’, while still delivering music that you can dance to or just sit back and relax to. We are enjoying this track and the way Wolf Saga delivers his indie pop sound with much guts as he talks about the cancers in society.
Wolf Saga explains his passion for his song ‘Fall Out’. “Fall Out is my favourite song off the album; it was the track I worked on the most. It seemed to be the one song that kept being put on hold due to “real life” happening, but it kept calling me back to work on it. It may have taken the longest to coalesce, but I think that’s why I’m so proud of it.”
Follow Wolf Saga: