DeWolff Drops Deep Soul On Half Of Your Love


Ever since 2007, DeWolff has been fostering Europe’s love for classic psychedelic Blues, Rock and Soul music. In that time the Dutch trio of Robin Piso (Hammond organ) and brothers Pablo (vocals / guitar) and Luka (drums) van de Poel have released ten albums and dozens of singles. Their sound mines the many nooks and nuances of funky organic music from across the decades. 

Under normal circumstances, the award winning band tours relentlessly across Europe and the globe. However, these are certainly not normal circumstances. Like everyone else in the world, the members of DeWolff were grounded throughout 2020. Rather than sit around and wait for things to open up, they got down to the business of writing and recording new material. The band launched a subscription service via which they released new exclusive tracks every month. Fans were able to vote on the songs and help determine the track sequence of the resulting album. On February 5, 2021 they released the final product to the world at large. “Wolffpack” is the band’s brand new 10 track collection of deep grooves and farout moods.

“Half Of Your Love” is the new single from DeWolff’s “Wolffpack” album. From the cool funk of Pablo’s wah-wah guitar chords to Luka’s solid backbeat rhythm and Robin’s bluesy Hammond riffs, the track brings to mind some of the best of the bell bottom decade. Through most of the verse the band summons the soul of the best pre-Travolta funk of the Brothers Gibb. Pablo’s perfect BeeGees falsetto meets a slow and funky groove as he sings a chill and romantic track about lost love and second chances. They keep that vibe going through most of the tune until the bridge in which they break it down to a grungy Deep Purple riff rock jam. It’s groovy.

Check out “Half Of Your Love,” below. You can also hear the track on the Deep Indie Dive playlist. Follow the links below the video to connect with DeWolff. Get on their socials and get in the loop on all of the current and future projects from this exciting three-piece Rock & Roll band.






DeWolff on the Deep Indie playlists