Sleeping with Strangers
Only question here is who's to blame, or will I walk out on you anyway?' Are questions that Jim Wolf asks himself and his once believed soulmate in a song from his major studio release. Entitled 'Sleeping with Strangers,' it tells the true life tale of falling in love, trying to hold on to it, and then finally, the acceptance of failure to do so. It's about passion and attachment, loss and recovery. It's a lot to deal with, but finely crafted lyrics and infectious melodies make his songs crowd-pleasing favorites that can be danced and clapped along to, just as easily as listened to during quiet moments of introspection. Drawing inspiration from the likes of John Mayer, Thom Yorke, Elliot Smith, Radiohead, and Stevie Wonder, Jim Wolf takes the familiar archetype in pop music of boy meets girl, boy loses girl and makes it an authentic experience. Each track is full of feeling, pinpointing emotions in a way that resonates like an old picture you keep hidden in the back of your wallet. A resident of Brooklyn, New York, Jim Wolf has spent the past few years in studios all over New England to produce a flawless version of each track. The song 'House of Cards,' has become the driving force of the album. Wolf traveled from the Cutting Room in New York City, with Muti-Platinum / Grammy Nominated Producer Anthony "Rocky" Gallo, to Northern MA, Enoch (Weezer's Blue Album), Providence RI and finally up to Buffalo, NY with Mike "Bling" Brylinski (Goo Goo Dolls in house producer) working in 7 studios total with the obsessive quest for perfection. During this time, Jim Wolf has continued to generate and build on his loyal grassroots fan base, playing packed shows throughout the New England area.