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There is nothing extraordinary about the subject matter in Jayson Angove's songs; most of which stem from his everyday experiences. What is extraordinary is his ability to write songs that are complex yet accessible and intimate yet universal.
From the gentle pluck of fingers dancing on steel acoustic guitar strings to full on Rock and everything in-between Humble Wolf aspires to defy generalization. On the first album titled 'Paper Thin' to be released on Unboxed Records Angove succeeds in doing just that.
From the soaring Indie Synth-Pop title track to the impatient intensity in songs like 'No Envy' you'll go from zero to sixty in just a few tracks coming down only on occasion for comfort and reflection in songs like 'Make It Through The Night' or 'Life Is A River'.