Status: This event is rescheduled from 28th March 2018 All original tickets remain valid. (Updated on 28th March 2018)
Tickets by phone: Call 08444 771 000
Tickets for cash: Cash purchases only from the Scala box office between 10am and 6pm Monday to Friday. No booking fees. Read box office info.
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Doors open at 6:50 PM – Close at 11:00 PM
Age: You must be 16 years of age or more to attend this event (with or without a guardian) | Photo ID – Please bring ID if you are 25 years of age or less or appear so. | | Access – Standing. There are no seats assigned. The venue is arranged on several floors with many stairs and no lift. Find out more about accessiblity.
About Mt. Wolf
This is a rescheduled event. All tickets from the original 28th March date remain valid.
The England v Belgium match will be shown in the main room of Scala from 7pm. Live performances are scheduled to begin at the end of the match.
Having impressed the online tastemakers with their early EP releases ‘Red’ (2015) and ‘Hex’ (2016), Mt. Wolf’s hallmark splicing of electronic and acoustic elements and layered sounds has earned them comparisons to the likes of Sigur Rós, Bon Iver, The National and London Grammar. In May 2017 the band released their much anticipated debut album, ‘Aetherlight’ via CRC Music.
Mt. Wolf have seen their presence across the world grow exponentially over the last 18 months, with hundreds of thousands of weekly listeners on Spotify and radio support in both the US, Australia and the UK. Their debut album received significant support from streaming services and online tastemakers overall and their stand-alone single ‘Golden’ feat. St. South has had over 6.5 million streams on Spotify in less than a year.
On the live side it’s been a busy year and half for the band with a UK and European headline tour in addition to a series of festivals worldwide including SXSW 16 & 17, Mondo NYC 17, Glastonbury 17, MaMA (FR), Secret Garden Party and John Grant’s North Flux Festival to mention a few.
Oct 6th saw the release of the Aetherlight ‘Instrumental’ album, highlighting the sweeping sonic landscapes that the band create. There is no hex on this band; just the most mouthwatering of futures.
“Subtle soundscapes, haunting vocals and broody bass.”
Justin Vernon of Bon Iver meets M83… emotionally intense… awesome…a band to speak to your soul?”
“Enough hypnotic electronica to keep bassheads interested, while their folky roots and classical string instruments add depth to satisfy any weary soul”
“The band’s dreamy electronic-folk sound is surely destined for great things.”
LONDON EVENING STANDARD
“… standing out as one of the most promising new acts in the UK.”
“A must see band.”