“[Dedication Songs] carries a vastly different sonic tone from the Wolves’ gritty garage rock, a looser album on the surface but one that dips a bit deeper into an eclectic batch of sounds, a cocktail of polished folk-punk, roots, and stadium rock where Jesse Malin, The Replacements, and Japandroids gather at the bar down the street to exchange war stories after the gig.”

And Out Comes The Wolf: Gray Bouchard strays from the pack on ‘Dedication Songs’