How Goth Rock Goddess Chelsea Wolfe Turns Anxiety and Night Terrors into Music | New York Post

 How Goth Rock Goddess Chelsea Wolfe Turns Anxiety and Night Terrors into Music | New York Post



Chelsea Wolfe, whose genre-blending music has appeared on “Game of Thrones,” “Fear the Walking Dead” and “How to Get Away with Murder,” says she’s embracing her anxiety, her dark past, and “the mess of yourself” on her new record. “I want to face the chaos of the world with my own internal chaos,” she told the New York Post in a sit-down interview. As a child, Wolfe was taken to a sleep center to treat her insomnia and night terrors, from which she continues to suffer. Now she’s using this experience to make art, and is selling out venues across the world. Wolfe’s fifth album, “Hiss Spun,” is out now on Sargent House.

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