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Sea Wolf

Taking its name from novelist Jack Londons 1904 seafaring adventure, Sea Wolf has evolved organically from its hermetic origins in Alex Brown Churchs living room into a muscular, full-bodied musical entity with passion to burn. After adopting the sobriquet, Church burst onto the music scene in two-fisted fashion with the EP, Get to the River Before It Runs Too Low, and the subsequent full-length debut album, Leaves in the River, about which Interview magazine observed, His music is both erudite and unvarnished, a blend of swirling melodies, literary balladry and damaged art-rock composition. [+]