From Australia to the world, WOLFMOTHER emerged like a violent high voltage discharge in 2006. With them they brought the classic hard rock of the 70s, their shaggy hair and knits pulled out with the same carefree pleasure of garage bands who spent hours jamming in anonymity and later bursting on rock circuits around the world.
Woman, who won a Grammy in 2007 for Best Hard Rock Performance, and Joker and the Thief were the first major international hits taken from her self-titled debut album, which was succeeded Cosmic Egg (2009) and New Crown (2014) . Between one work and another, there were several entries and exits in the band headed by Andrew Stockdale, lord of a mane and riffs that remind the electric energy of Led Zeppelins and that easily infects audiences thirsty to ride raw rock and a psychedelic that gives it a certain transcendence. The energy on stage is so contagious that as late as 2006 the Rolling Stones magazine named the WOLFMOTHER as one of the ten best bands to see live.
That’s exactly what the Australians will prove on stage at the EDP Vilar de Mouros on August 27th 2022, in a performance that won’t leave anyone indifferent.