is an unashamedly intricate record. Lyrically, the record touches politics of both the personal and global type, "The Leopard And The Lung" focusing on Kenyan environmental activist (Wangari Maathai) while "Tendons" is, according to Ritzy, "the closest we have ever got to a love song, albeit a very peculiar, f***ing love song. "
Throughout Wolf's Law
the experience of its diverse recording locations and its influence on the thought process of its writers is tangible. With initial recording taking place in the band's home of North Wales followed by recording the bulk of the album in a cabin in Portland, Maine in midwinter with snowstorms and drifts of up to 9 foot blocking any contact with the outside world, the extremes of the natural world were bound to play a part.
That the band have taken the opportunity offered with the release of Wolf's Law
to further widen their horizons and their sound will come as no surprise to anyone already familiar with their work to date or their live show.