Woolf are a queer punk band from London, bordering on the no wave, dark but frantic proto-hardcore and weird. Initially formed at the Lambeth Women’s Project in 2009, Colette, Irene, Sophie and Georgina have been playing together as Woolf ever since. Woolf have released two LPs; 2012’s ‘The right way to play’ and 2016’s ‘Posing/Improvising’ both on La vida es un mus records and prior to that a split 7” with fellow Londoners Trash Kit on Milk Records. Appearing on numerous compilations also, most recently on Comodillo Tapes a live version of their song ‘Concrete’ aka their version of Morning Song from Pil & Galia Kollectiv’s Concrete Gown For Immaterial Flows performed at the Hayward Gallery in 2014. Woolf have also previously played at Wysing Art Centre’s Space-Time: The Future festival (2014), Bent Fest (2015 and 2018), Static Shock Weekend (2012 and 2017) as well as various gigs and tours across the UK, France, Germany as well as Finland for Oreet Ashery’s Party for Freedom performance. Consisting of members who have past and currently been in bands such as Corey Orbison, Roseanne Barrr, Frau, Score, Dregs and Child’s Pose.