They’ve been together for 10 years, but aren’t married and don’t have children.
They left Chicago for LA with film and acting degrees, but couldn’t keep themselves from their passion for music. They are in “love” with each other, but crave more than this vague word. Dana Hobson and Daniel Wolf have set out to explore the boundaries of love in their relationship (sometimes getting themselves into trouble).
They do the same with their music. Dana, a dynamic vocalist with range and power, loves that to which you can sing or dance. Meanwhile, Daniel, a multi-instrumentalist, and producer prefers music that makes you “think.” This near-polarization of tastes results in a unique approach to songwriting.
After jumping from writing rock to hip hop to classical guitar-influenced and jam band journey songs, the couple finally transformed into Dana And The Wolf, which one might describe as epic electro-pop. The sound they’ve crafted is bold, cinematic, and provocative. In their continuous search for novelty and variety of experiences, this odd couple survives on making, loving and hating music.
Dana And The Wolf, although they’ve been together for 10 years, only recently started a music duo. It was an unlikely prospect because of their opposite tastes in music. With the debut of their new track “Close Enough”, however, the pair has discovered something uniquely their own.
An enchanting first glimpse of what is to come from this unconventional ensemble “Close Enough” is a bold release. Dana Hobson’s powerful vocals catapult the track into another realm. As it explodes into a beat-heavy medley the group communicates an anecdote about a relationship that fails to materialize. It vividly depicts a love stuck in neutral, failing to progress into something substantial. A raw and relatable release, Dana and the Wolf have developed an incredible consciousness that both critics and audiences can embrace.