Aoife Wolf is a psych-folk singer-songwriter from the midlands of Ireland, now living in Belfast. Drawing influence from the songwriting of Kate Bush, Elizabeth Fraser and Pj Harvey. Aoife’s haunting vocals accented by off-kilter guitar embellishments make for an arresting live performance which has brought her to play in venues all around Ireland including support slots for Joshua Burnside, Junior Brother, Kathryn Joseph and TomBerlin . Her debut single “I and the Ocean” produced by Julie McLarnon (Lankum, Junior Brother, The Vaselines,) was released on Analogue Catalogue Records in March 2020, accompanied by a music video collaboration with Myles O’Reilly(The Staves, Lisa O’Neill, Glen Hansard). She was selected to perform at Whelan’s “Ones to Watch" for 2020 and OutPut festival 2022. She was awarded the Artist Stimulus grant from the Irish Government Department of Arts, Culture and Heritage to record her debut album which is currently being recorded at Analogue Catalogue. Her follow up single “The Woman who shot Andy Warhol” was released in May 2022 to positive reception from Nialler9, The Last Mixed Tape and HotPress Magazine among others. An instrumental track The Screaming Waltz composed by Aoife was recently featured in an ad campaign for V magazine.