Marco Pirroni

As the guitarist with Adam & The Ants, Marco also co-wrote many of their songs. He later worked with Sinead O’Connor, and in 2005 formed The Wolfmen with his longtime collaborator Chris Constantinou. The Wolfmen’s first project was a soundtrack to Bravo’s acclaimed January 2006 series I Predict A Riot, fronted by founder of  Loaded magazine, James Brown. They then recorded original soundtracks for two silent films for the inaugural Fashion in Film Festival, The Gay Shoe Clerk (1903) and Amor Pedestre (1911).

In 2007 The Wolfmen collaborated with Daler Mehndi (the biggest selling Indian artist in music history) and Primal Scream for a cover of Screaming Jay Hawkins’ I Put A Spell On You, which was used for an Alexander McQueen catwalk show. The Wolfmen released their first full-length album, Modernity Killed Every Night in  2008 which was followed by  Married to the Eiffel Tower in 2012.