10 Facts About Wolfmother


In recent years, the line-up of Wolfmother has continued to change frequently, with their commercial popularity fluctuating.

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Wolfmother's personnel have continued to change, with Stockdale subsequently releasing and touring in promotion of his second solo album Slipstream in 2018.

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Genesis of Wolfmother began in 2000, when founding members Andrew Stockdale, Chris Ross, and Myles Heskett started jamming together, before officially forming the band in 2004.

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The first live performance of the newly christened Wolfmother took place on 14 April 2004 at Vic in the Park, a pub in Sydney.

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Wolfmother was originally released in Australia by Modular on 31 October 2005 and reached number 3 on the ARIA Australian Albums Chart, remaining on the chart for a total of 78 weeks.

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In March 2010, Wolfmother contributed the song "Fell Down a Hole" to the Almost Alice soundtrack.

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Wolfmother began working on their third studio album in March 2011.

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Wolfmother was replaced briefly by Tony McCall, who left just a few weeks later due to "personal reasons".

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In November 2013, Wolfmother returned after a brief hiatus as a trio for the first time since 2008, with rhythm guitarist Vin Steele moving over to drums.

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Wolfmother's self-titled debut album was re-released in September 2015 to coincide with its tenth anniversary.

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