Highly Suspect have announced their sophomore album, „The Boy Who Died Wolf,“ released via 300 Entertainment! Highly Suspect carved their names firmly at the top of the 'new rock bands to watch' list when they played two shows in Melbourne and Sydney earlier this year.
Band frontman Johnny Stevens explains, "I was the boy, and was a wolf," referencing a hard upbringing in Cape Cod and the last eight years as a band desperate for a break in Brooklyn. "Everything was a fight and a struggle. I killed that part of me, and now the man is left."
The album was recorded in Bogota, Colombia and Brooklyn, New York with Joel Hamilton (The Black Keys, Tom Waits, Elvis Costello), who also worked with the band on their 2015 breakthrough debut 'Mister Asylum,' which was nominated for 2 Grammys - one for Best Rock Album and one for Best Rock Song, for their single "Lydia."