‘You Should Have Locked Your Doors Days Ago’ available to stream now on Noisecreep and MySpace

Lead single, ‘Darkness Often Yields The Brightest Light’ for sale now on iTunes
Preorders now available for Myself < Letting Go – in stores May 18th from Solid State Records


April 27, 2010 As the May 18th street date for their forthcoming album draws ever closer, red-hot rock upstarts TO SPEAK OF WOLVES continue marking their territory with the release of the second track from Myself < Letting Go.


The band is now previewing the anticipated album’s second cut, ‘You Should Have Locked Your Doors Days Ago,’ available for streaming right now on Noisecreep.com and at the band’s MySpace page at: http://www.myspace.com/tospeakofwolves

“The song pretty much runs the gamut on what we do as a band,” explains drummer Phil Chamberlain. “It has chaos, some spacey guitars, a very drum-driven part and probably my favorite chorus on the record.”
He adds, “It’s probably my favorite song to play live. It’s a lot of fun to play and we’ve been opening our sets with it recently.”

The album’s lead track, ‘Darkness Often Yields the Brightest Light’, which has been streaming on the band’s MySpace page since last week, is available for purchase today on iTunes.

Myself < Letting Go hits stores on May 18th, courtesy of Solid State Records, but those who don’t want to ‘Let Go’ of a good deal can take advantage of a special preorder package now at:

In addition, leading up to the release of the album TO SPEAK OF WOLVES have been and will continue to release new video blogs inviting fans into their world including sneak peaks, behind the scenes footage and video introductions to each members of the band.

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