Whale and the Wolf’s music spans deep and treacherous ground, making it difficult for them to hide the genuine thrill and enjoyment felt with each live performance. Refusing to let a single show pass without spilling their guts across the stage, the band continues to leave their audience thirsting for more. Share in the lust and love that is Whale and the Wolf.

In 2015 the band released their debut EP charting 3 singles in the Top 40 for Canadian Active Rock. Two years later, after working with Danny Craig (Default), Whale and the Wolf released their latest single “Touch” slotting at #25 in Canadian Active Rock. The song was featured on one of Alan Cross’ Top 11 playlists, and has received radio play on over a dozen radio stations across Canada.

With over 20 cities under their belt in 2017 alone, the band then accompanied One Bad Son on their Western Canadian swing of their “Made in the Name of Rock n Roll” tour where they filmed a portion of their music video for “So It Goes.” A tour video documenting the band’s travels across Canada, showcasing different cities along the way. That single would reach #44 in Canadian Active Rock.

The band then partnered with Knight Vision, a division of Warner Music to release their newest single “Staring at the Sky” tremendously increasing their reach in the world of streaming, bumping their total spins over 500,000 on Spotify alone.

Whale and the Wolf most recently teamed up with Grammy Nominated producer Jimmy Mansfield and Paul Rogers nurturing the band’s constantly evolving sound. Armed with a new lineup, and a fresh take on the rock genre, Whale’s “hard pop” is beginning to make waves.