The debut EP from Neon Wolf, 'Love Lost In Design', topped iTunes charts in Ireland, Germany, Austria and Switzerland and saw them receive both national and regional airplay in those countries.
In 2012, the band were also awarded the RTE RAAP Breakthrough Bursary, having been chosen out of a list of thousands of entrants.
Since then Neon Wolf have been honing their craft and developing a staunch fan-base in the Irish touring circuit.
This has seen them playing at many festivals hosting a vast range of international artists, such as Electric Picnic, Sea Sessions, Other Voices and Indiependence, as well as a main stage appearance at Longitude 2015.
The band were also selected to support The Courteeners, Alabama Shakes, The 1975, The Districts and most recently Hudson Taylor in Belfast's Mandela Hall and Dublin's Olympia Theatre.
In 2015, Neon Wolf released their single 'A Place To Call Home' on Killing Moon Records in Ireland and UK. The release was followed by live dates across Ireland and UK, including their debut London appearance at the KOKO.
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