In the three years since their inception Bad Wolves have made some serious strides, releasing two full-length albums and peaking at the #1 spot for most of their singles on the US charts.
Their debut single ‘Zombie’, a cover of the 1994 classic by The Cranberries, achieved Platinum status and instantly catapulted them into the big leagues, raising over $250,000 in aid towards The Cranberries frontwoman Dolores O’Riordan‘s children following her tragic and untimely passing.
With everything calming down unexpectedly with the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, the band didn’t take a breather for too long. They set up a Patreon, providing fans with exclusive merch, cover tracks and more, and they also featured on the soundtrack for Sno Babies, a film that deals with the struggles of drug abuse, addiction and recovery.
We sat down and spoke with vocalist Tommy Vext about being involved with the film, how he feels it portrays the challenging topics that it tackles, how he feels about interacting with fans via Patreon, and also some news about the progress on their yet-to-be-announced third album.
You can check out the full interview below.
The band’s sophomore full-length album, ‘N.A.T.I.O.N.’, is out now via Better Noise Music.