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The single Tristan, based on the Cornish legend, Tristram of Lyonesse, received significant attention from critics and remains a fan favourite.Following the success of Wind in the Wires, Wolf signed a record deal with Loog in 2005 and began recording his third album, The Magic Position, which featured collaborations with Marianne Faithfull and Edward Larrikin of Larrikin Love.A concept album on the theme of love, the majority of the album was written after the end of a long term intimate relationship.In January 2007, the first of six vodcasts was made available on i Tunes.On 10 January 2011, Wolf announced on his official Twitter account that the second single from the album, "The City", would be released on 14 March 2011.In the same month, Wolf was featured on the cover of national UK publication Notion), which included an interview conducted by writer Alex Lee Thomson, clothes by James Long, and photos by James Moriarty.The Germany-based Tomlab later released the album in America and Europe.
In April 2010 it was announced that Wolf had signed a record deal with Hideout, a subsidiary of Mercury Records, who will release his fifth album, Lupercalia.
Wolf's ongoing writing and recordings brought him to the attention of Fat Cat Records, who provided him with an Atari computer and a mixing console.
During the recording of Lycanthropy, Wolf studied composition at Trinity College of Music for one year. He also made some guest appearances as a viola player with Chicks on Speed, Arcade Fire, Owen Pallett, Coco Rosie, and The Hidden Cameras.
The B-sides include new song, "The Tinderbox", and remixes of the title track.
The Bachelor was released on 1 June 2009, while the second single from the album, "Hard Times", was released on 6 July 2009.