My father sometimes recounts displaced summer travelogues. Road trips through Ontario and Michigan are liquor-fed adventures that culminate in fields, bare arms pressed against strangers as lights begin to shine and the heavy wail of a guitar cuts through the night air. Righteous Man, the first single from Edmonton’s Wolfsons, is raw, pure, unapologetic rock and roll. The kind that causes one hot night to permeate memory forty years later. And, of course, the guitar work of Old Ugly grunge rock virtuoso Layne L’Heureux should call you immediately to this project.