Freya Wilcox & The Howl’s debut release Bareknuckle Love is as raw as the album title. Recorded on one of Dave Grohl’s Neve consoles, the album boasts an authentic, vintage sound that goes perfectly with the raspy, bluesy punk this trio is spitting. The five song record doesn’t disappoint, Wilcox’s voice is outstanding and plucked straight out of the blues era. Her raspy voice is incredibly unique, as are the power pop infused blues tunes that backs her vocals.

Bareknuckle Love demonstrates the band’s talent and range. The raw edge to their album is incredibly suited to their lyrics and instrumental style. From beginning to end the album screams authenticism alongside Wilcox’s raspy screams.

Track Listing:
1. Bury Me
2. Dirty Song
3. Easier To Lie
4. Fight For You
5. I Don’t Care

Release Date: May 22, 2015
Run Time: 16:26 minutes

Check out the track ‘Bury Me’ here