Formed in 2012, it’s hard to believe that this all-girl trio from Saskatchewan is only 17. Winner of Sasktel’s 2015 Songwriter of the Year and Top 4 National Finalists in CBC Searchlight, The Wolfe touches on relatable subjects that are expressed through their risk-taking, sometimes cheeky, yet stuck-in-your-head catchy tunes. Soft yet powerful vocals are contrasted with an underlay of delayed guitar, gritty bass lines and engaging beats. Having often been compared to Metric and The Cranberries, The Wolfe has also been called “A female U2 that’s able to get heavier and tackle more emotional subjects.”The Wolfe’s music is something that should not only be heard but seen. Their high-energy show has graced the stages and captivated the crowds of festivals in western Canada. Having released an EP, played over a hundred shows and touched the hearts of many, The Wolfe is just beginning.