Review – A Day As Wolves

By: Remington Fioraso

Album: Move to Be Free
Download Link: http://adayaswolves.bandcamp.com/album/move-to-be-free
Genre: Fuzzy Blues Rock
Release Date: July 25, 2014

A Day As Wolves is a fuzzy blues rock group hailing from Calgary, Alberta. The group consists of Andrew Eskesen on vocals/lead guitar, Kyle Eskesen on bass, Cam Dawes on rhythm guitar, and Justin Keeler on drums.

A Day As Wolves released their debut LP entitled Move To Be Free on July 25, 2014. The release of Move To Be Free contains nine tracks. It includes the singles “Move to Be Free” and “My Centerfold.”

Opening up the album is a short instrumental introduction. It did not necessarily ‘fit’ with the remainder of the album or set the tone. Moving onto the remaining tracks, I really enjoyed listening to Move to Be Free. I felt it was a solid debut album. My favourite songs on Move to Be Free are: “Move To Be Free,” “Broken Heart City,” and “Ella May.”

To get the best feel of the record, listen to “My Centerfold.” If you enjoy it, I would recommend picking up a copy of Move to Be Free via A Day As Wolves’ Bandcamp page.

Rating: 3.5/5

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