DeWolff release ‘Nothing’s Changing’ video
DeWolff have released the official video for their new track Nothing’s Changing ahead of the release of their new album Tascam Tapes. Speaking about video, the band explain: “The video for our third single Nothing’s Changing was shot entirely during that 2018 tour on which we wrote and recorded the Tascam Tapes. You’ll see some of the crazy places and hectic circumstances under which some of the recording took place. Above all it offers a pretty hilarious insight in what touring with DeWolff’s like! It features quite a lot of musical friends of ours, can you spot them?! “
No drum kit, no Hammond and no guitar amps. DeWolff present to you, the Tascam Tapes . Written, performed and recorded on the road for less than 50 euros, but sounding like a million bucks!
For their 7 th ‘studio’ album, their studio was essentially packed into a suitcase. Tascam Tapes was recorded on a Tascam Porta Two, a four track cassette recorder from the 1980’s. The only equipment they used was a sampler with some rare soul and funk sampled drum beats loaded in by Luka, a battery powered synthesizer and a guitar, all plugged directly into the recorder.
Pablo van de Poel (guitar, vocals), Luka van de Poel (drums) and Robin Piso (Keys) spent 4 months on the road, hurtling across mainland Europe via food poisoning, altercations with the cops and sold out shows, as they careered through France, Spain, Germany, Belgium, Switzerland, Austria and The Netherlands to bring you this gnarly 12 slices of deliciousness.
So, there you have it. No ordinary album, but then this is no ordinary band. Free-spirited and freewheeling, those teenagers that formed a band from The Netherlands deep south have blazed a trail across Europe, released 6 previous studio albums (5 of which hit the Dutch Top 20), have played shows with the likes of The Black Keys, Blues Pills, Wolf People, Wolfmother and Deep Purple. They’ve picked up fans in Seasick Steve, who once woke up backstage at a festival to hear them play, thinking he heard the Allman Brothers playing from 1972 and Roger Glover has openly declared his love for the band AND, to top that off they picked up a Dutch Edison Award (The Netherlands version of The Mercury Music Prize) in February 2019 for ‘Best Rock Band.’
Recorded in hotels, motels, a backstage or two and by the side of the road. This is DeWolff like you’ve never heard them before!