Anna Wolf, a name that you’ll undoubtedly be familiar with by now, is believe it or not, an introvert. In a recent interview, Anna shares with us that although she describes herself as an introvert when it comes to performing for big crowds her passion for performing and love for music just can’t be kept aside. This charismatic young artist even informed us that one of her favourite things to do after a show is to enjoy a glass of warm milk. We wanted to know why milk, but we decided to let that be her own little secret.
As mentioned, her name will most likely sound familiar and that is probably due to ‘Believer‘, her latest musical masterpiece. Listening to ‘Believer‘, one can’t help but notice that the lyrics are more than just words scribbled down on a piece of paper. The amount of power and depth hidden away in the song lyrics are quite remarkable. Anna Wolf steps out of the shadows with this powerful debut single!
Anna Wolf’s own words concerning ‘Believer‘ is something we just had to share. “When I wrote Believer I knew I was onto something magical. I could feel the shift and growth in one defining moment. Believer speaks of dogmatic religion and the fact that society judges what is not known or can’t be identified to the naked eye. We create boxes to fit genres and people. These boxes only create rules and confined spaces. It also speaks of Domestic violence, giving a voice to the ones who are too afraid to speak, reiterating to them that they are strong and brave enough to stand up for themselves.
“I am a believer of many things. I believe that I am brave to stand up for the ones who feel tied down. As a child, I was a witness to domestic violence. It felt like my arms and feet had been cut off like I had no power to say anything.”
It is never too late to get the power back and become a Believer.
Currently residing in The United Kingdom, Anna Wolf’s fans this side are bursting with emotion as her South African tour is about to kick off! Her tour titled “TAILOR BECOMING ANNA WOLF”, is certainly something incredible to help end this year off with a bang.
24 November – Musiekskuur, Pretoria
1 December – The Music Box, Observatory, Johannesburg
7 December – Theatre on the Square, Sandton
8 December – Radium Beer Hall, Johannesburg
13 December – Café Roux, Noordhoek
20 December – Café Roux, Cape Town
22 December – Camel Rock, Scarborough