“Off-centre, lo-fi indie/folk that veers between sweetly spindly to fuzzily meaty, with, as ever, his gorgeously fragile and quivering vocals taking centre stage. And his lyrics remain funny, heart-breaking and bereft of clichés. It’s all rather gorgeous.” The Crack
Dressed Like Wolves is Thornaby’s Rick Dobbing and his Spooker Recs friends making fuzzy, casiotone laden, chord organ rock n roll songs. As well as quiet sad songs full of old ghosts.
Their new album ‘In the end we all just walk off into the sea in the eyes of the ones we left behind’ was recorded in the attic of Rick’s farm house and a few pubs around Middlesbrough on cassettes tapes, a reel to reel machine, and an old IBM PC Producer Matthew Brown buzzed about because they used them in space. It’s available on compact disc, Bandcamp and Spotfiy.
“With all the biting humor, incredible beauty and breathtaking fragility of life itself, Dressed Like Wolves’ third full length elevates their handmade folk pop to a new level of glowing imperfection.” Luno
“These are guys are already garnering a huge amount of support and BalconyTV expects big things for them.” Balcony TV
“Thornaby’s perfect purveyors of lo-fi folk pop.” NARC. Magazine