As we prepare to say farewell to Wild Beasts, here’s 14 songs to mark their 14 years together.
A sudden full stop to a brilliant career, Wild Beasts will be sorely missed from Britain’s indie scene.
by Ed Biggs Five albums and nearly ten years into their career without making a single mis-step in artistic terms, Wild Beasts are one of the most trusted musical brand in Britain today. Having dazzled critics and won over new fans with their second and third albums, Two Dancers (2009) and Smother (2011), characterised by sensual, ambient guitar pop and smutty, self-effacing vocals and lyrics. 2014’s Present Tense pitched their sound