Wolfe raised his profile in 2012 with his second album “Skeletons”, which was a more somber affair written and recorded in a 2 week period during a break up. The result is as bleak as it is beautiful, an album dealing with grief and heartbreak.
The first 2 albums set the scene perfectly for what should have been a landmark moment in his career. He signed to a new record label and began recording an album of eclectic, elegantly layered folk-rock. The result was 2015’s “From The Shallows”. But then the music industry intervened. The label he was signed to had been embezzling money and was forced into liquidation. And with the label went the album, all those songs were eclipsed.
Wolfe stepped back and started working on other musical projects, writing and producing for other artists, as well as writing plays and soundtracks, including writing the Les Enfants Terribles’ underground hit show ‘ The Trench’.
But Wolfe simply couldn’t avoid songwriting and slowly a new album came into focus. He released his dynamic 4th album “Little Death” in March 2019.