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Lone Kodiak Unleash Latest Single “Werewolf Girl”

Lone Kodiak drops their latest single, “Werewolf Girl,” serving as a capstone to an already remarkable year.



Lone Kodiak, photo by Sarah Lee

Following a trail of back-to-back hits and raw, defiant anthems, Lone Kodiak drops their latest single, “Werewolf Girl,” serving as both a capstone to an already remarkable year and an omen of what’s to come. No better evidence of that can be found in the fact that the band enjoyed yet another premiere, this time with Vents Magazine. Known for their propulsive innovation and artful musings, the East LA quartet continues their ascent into the echelons of alternative rock.

Emerging from the depths of a transformative creative process that birthed hits like “Corner Boothand “Let’s Hear It For The Kid,” Lone Kodiak taps into a new level of musical maturation. Leaning into their proven versatility—inspired by iconic bands such as The Cure, Hum, and The Smashing Pumpkins—the group yet again redefines the auditory experience.

If David Lynch ever wanted a soundtrack for the Twilight Zone of his dreams, “Werewolf Girl” would undoubtedly be his first choice. With a vibe that pays homage to B-movie horror and camp, the track unfolds like a rip-roaring cinematic escapade—fasten your seatbelt; it’s a wild ride. It’s as if Lone Kodiak decided to transmute every pulpy corner of pop culture into a kaleidoscope of brilliant melodies and choruses.

The song is a synthesis of delirious fun and thoughtful reflection. In a surprising twist, the bridge offers a pause in the mayhem—a nuanced, emotional interlude that amplifies the band’s signature aesthetic, akin to the sweeping grandeur of Band of Horses or Muse. But this is not a band to let you drift off into sonic nirvana. They pull you back down to earth with the gritty, grounding influences of Deftones and Young Widows, culminating in a haunting denouement that all but begs you to join in its moonlit lament.


The release of “Werewolf Girl” is not just another single but a momentous step in Lone Kodiak’s burgeoning legacy. Recorded at Big Bad Sound in Los Angeles and produced by Kyle Mangels, the single captures the raw, elemental spirit that has propelled them onto the watchlist of anyone who knows anything about the future of rock.

Join Lone Kodiak as they take a monumental stride into a future teeming with promise and sonic exploration. Stay tuned for more electrifying releases and upcoming projects that promise to set the alternative rock world ablaze.

Lone Kodiak "Werewolf Girl" single artwork

Lone Kodiak “Werewolf Girl” single artwork