YOWL – Atrophy EP

Posted: November 28, 2019 in Alternative, Indie, Music, Post Punk, Rock
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Peckham based five-piece YOWL are set to release their new six track EP Atrophy tomorrow. A release about alienation and exhaustion, the band capture all the frustration of the 9-to-5 London grind like few others.

The EP veers from upbeat bouncing basslines, striking falsetto vocals, country-tinged sadness to furious, frenzied spiky alt-punk. Despite these different tones, Atrophy doesn’t have a single false step, never loses its identity, and is imbued with a menace and underbelly of roiling, churning sleaze that is an absolute delight.

Watch the video for lead single Mammalian Fondness and stream John The Collector and An Inflexible Storeroom below. You can order the EP here.

 

 

 

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