The Last Werewolf

by The Real Tuesday Weld

It's Time 00:30
Wolfman 02:50
The Ghosts 02:55
Room Service 00:57
The Hunt 03:00
Save Me 03:23
HE Hey little girl you look so nice in that pretty red dress with those pretty black eyes! SHE Hello Mr Wolf, well what a surprise To find you here so deep in the night! HE My dear little thing, what's rush? How about supper - just the two of us? SHE Oh Mr Wolf you want me to stay But I fear we'll regret it one day.. BOTH I have the thing you love But the need in you is way too much If I open wide One of us may get lost inside Me or you One of us is going to Need to Die HE My dear little girl - just a bite And you will be consumed with delight! SHE Oh Mr Wolf my hunger's real But they say there's more to love than a meal.. HE They're old and uptight - what do they know? I'm all appetite - you'll help me grow! SHE Oh my love I want you too But my desire may prove your doom BOTH You have the thing I love But the need in me is way too much If I open wide One of us may get lost inside Me or you One of us is going to Need to Die If I taste you Will we know If love kills Or makes you whole Tears you open Takes you home? You have the thing I love But the fear in me is way too much If I open wide One of us may get lost inside Me or you One of us is going to Need to Die I have the thing, the thing you love Die Love Die
Come Around 03:10
What You Are 00:27


Songs for The Last Werewolf takes Glen Duncan’s novel as the backdrop for a widescreen emotional cabaret. The album is both a high-concept single sonic journey and a diverse playlist for the eclectic of ear and heart.

The book’s themes of violence, friendship, transformation, love and betrayal are recast in a suite of songs bound together by voices and readings from the text.

THE SUN 4/5 an enthralling, nerve shredding set piece.

BLOODY DISGUSTING 10/10 Most Eclectic Album Of The Year. Fantastic; each song is beautifully crafted and is faithful to the genre it represents.

THE INDEPENDENT 4/5 Coates himself inhabits the predatory character with a suitably lupine loucheness, howling Tom Waits-style, affecting ironic gentility and cheerfully unapologetic.

UNCUT 4/5 Sublime.

WNYC Album of the Week A series of songs and spoken scenes, like a steampunk graphic novel. The story is only suggested, and by the end you’re not sure things are as simple as the opening tracks suggested, a waltz, a torch song, a distorted blues, and a gorgeous love song.

SUBBA CULTCHA 10/10 Sonicaly wondrous, ecstatic energy, part theatre, part radio broadcast, a flirtatious and deadly mic of hedonistic seduction.


released June 25, 2019

Performed and recorded by The Real Tuesday Weld
Produced by The Clerkenwell Kid
Written by Stephen coates

Copyright Antique Beat 2019
Published by BMG / Downtown

Extracts from the novel The Last Werewolf by Glen Duncan

Guest vocalists:The Puppini Sisters, Joe Guillotine Coles, Pinkie Maclure and Piney Gir.

Narrators:Glen Duncan himself, David Piper, Angela Penhaligon, Don Brosnan and Serena Bubowski.


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The Real Tuesday Weld London, UK

Vintage Tunes meet Electronic Beats.

Much loved and lauded cult pop-art-pop troubadours, London based purveyors of Cinematic Swing-noir and Antique Beat.

Idiosyncratic, innovators ploughing a unique furrow over six albums, myriad EPs and countless collaborations.

A film in every song.
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