With the release of Isolationist, out on Creative Vibes, Tasmanian rockers Enola Fall place themsleves firmly in the forefront of the Australian rock scene.  Granted, they are technically from Tasmania but for all intents and purposes the music scene there is an amalgamation of the whole area.  The song “We Become Wolves” off Isolationist is a slow burn of a song that applies pressure from the outset and never lets up.  It’s not raucous specifically, more so a gradual catharsis that resolves itself just as quickly as it began.  Listen to “We Become Wolves” below.

 

 

 

 

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