London rock band The Howlers unveil riff heavy new single “I Don’t Love You All The Time”, which was produced and mixed by Theo Verney (Lazarus Kane, FEET, FUR), Tarek Musa (Circa Waves, Kagoule) at Echo Zoo Studios and mastered at Third Man Records in Detroit. With previous releases gaining support from BBC Radio 1, and rave reviews on CLASH, The Line of Best Fit and Louder Than War, IDLYATT looks like it’ll exceed any new expectations.
Speaking about the track, Frontman Adam says, “I Don’t Love You All The Time’ is an ode to the trials and tribulations of love and loss in modern times, an observation about understanding how to come to terms with falling out of love whilst at the same time longing to be loved in kind.”
Coated with a hard-hitting rhythm section that reminisces bands such as The Dead Weather and Queens of the Stone Age, the guitar-heavy anthem blends elevating vocals with a thumping bass line. “I Don’t Love You All The Time” may be inspired after losing loved ones to COVID-19 over the last year, but this track streams with love in all the right places.
All being well, The Howlers are set to go on tour later this year;
24th November – The Edge of The Wedge, Portsmouth
25th November – The Boileroom, Guildford
26th November – The Lanes, Bristol
28th November – Think Tank, Newcastle
30th November – Oporto, Leeds
1st December – Yes, Manchester
2nd December – The Sunflower Lounge, Birmingham
3rd December – The Lexington, London
4th December – The Rossi Bar, Brighton
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