Having played together for over a year in various venues throughout the UK, Three Blind Wolves were officially formed in 2009 by Glaswegian songwriter Ross Clark with three friends he had met through the small gigs circuit in his native city. In March 2011 first release ‘Sound of the Storm’ came out on Communion Records. The band then took the step of travelling to the US in November 2011 and March 2012 to promote this record further and teach themselves the art of touring.
For 2013, they have drawn influences from Neil Young, Pavement, My Morning Jacket and Nirvana to deliver their very special brand of folk-tinged psychedelic blues-rock through their first full-length album ‘Sing Hallelujah for the Old Machine’, which will be release on 06/05/2013.
Recent single ‘Parade’ gained great recognition from Dermot O’Leary, Vic Galloway and John Kennedy for its emotional punch, heart-felt lyrics and sumptuous chorus. On February 18th they released ‘In Here Somewhere’, which builds from a beautiful, slow lament to a rousing anthem which is already a hit with their loyal live audience despite having not yet been released.