Patrick Wolf (born Patrick Denis Apps) is a singer-songwriter from south London. His early obsession with practising music using his his violin, voice and car boot sale organs on a four-track tape recorder led on to him dropping out of college and busking in a string quartet. Patrick Wolf was head-hunted by electronic maestro Kristian Robinson (aka Capitol K) and the rest is history.
Getting noticed by Fat Cat Records exec’s, they gave him an Atari computer and mixing console and this gave him the impetus to bring out his first composition Lycanthropy (2003) and then, Wind in the Wires (2005) which was based on his Cornish ancestry and was a hit with the critics.
After the success of his second album, Mika went on to sign to Loog Records and released The Magic Position in 2005, which was followed up with tour world tour to promote the album. Patrick Wolf worked on his next album Lupercalia which reflected his ever changing life. From the break-up of one relationship to another "Time of My Life" was his first single and the second single was "The City". The album was released June 2011 and reached #37 in the UK Album Chart.