Two Tone Wolf Pack is early 20th century imagery and idealism manifested in a trashcan-americana quartet, lending a rowdy voice to the working class, to the back woods, to the dark and hidden.
The songs are at once anthemic and strange. They sing of being beaten down, and of surviving. Two Tone Wolf Pack reestablishes the spirit of chain gangs as the brooding spirit of hopes and fears. Through steady heavy beats you hear the railway’s pounding in your heart, and through gritty vocals; haunting, luring melodies in your ears.
In June 2011, Two Tone Wolf Pack released their first EP, For Your Health. The EP was recorded on homemade microphoness, styled after 1920’s tin can models. They have toured locally and nationally, including having played festivals such as Austin's SXSW and Denver's UMS in 2012. TTWP is currently working on a new recording.
"The music that has been forged... proves that troubles forge a sound that both represents where they have been and a hope of a better place to go...
...When they aren't having a battle over who has the fullest longest beard, [Two Tone Wolf Pack] are pooling their influences to derive gritty and haunting vocals and luring melodies about hardship and survival. The impression of the band's repertoire runs the gambit between utter despair and high hope. They find inspiration for their trade in some of the earliest recordings of chain gangs in America, murder ballads, and music that dates back to America's roots. They even take inspiration from unlikely places such as Ken Burns' documentary, The Civil War."
- Truly Rejected Magazine Issue 2 Jan 2013