Wolf began as the solo project of songwriter Chelsea O'Donnell in the summer of 2013, but evolved into a band over the course of the year that followed. Joined by Benjamin Randall on bass and Bill O'Connor on drums, Wolf began recording their first EP as a band with producer/head of DIY label Steak & Cake Records Brandon Schlia in October of 2014. Drums were tracked in the basement of a liquor store, guitars were tracked in a living room and vocals were done in a closet. The result is "It's Electric!", an EP of 5 songs that has drawn comparisons to 90's alternative acts such as that dog., PJ Harvey and Jimmy Eat World.

Listen to the latest single, "Infectious," here! 

The song is called “Infectious,” and it’s, well, exactly that. The song’s 90’s-tinged summer-rock sensibilities channel a K’s Choice / Wheatus vibe, perfect for those who yearn for those sweet, sweet days of 3D Doritos and JNCO jeans.
— Rob Walczyk, Buffablog.com
Since Chelsea O’Donnell (AKA Wolf) first found a Buffalo stage... she’s carved out an independent presence, one that could inhabit the spotlight alone, yet fill a room with a group’s worth of raw expression... Now flanked with Bill O’Connor and Ben Randall, Wolf is ready to rock.
— Michael Farrell, The Buffalo News
Wolf does, indeed, howl… and it’s one of the biggest assets of this solo-act-turned-fem-led trio. Chelsea O’Donnell’s voice is thick, muscular, and pitchy in the best ways: there’s nothing waif-ish happening here, and it injects a welcome, no bullshit punk honesty to the band’s lo-fi melodies.
— Christopher John, The Public
Wolf... has evolved over the past year and a half into one of Buffalo’s most promising alternative rock projects.
— Julian Burgio, All WNY Radio