Much loved for their ferocious live performances, London’s The Howlers have lived up to their hype with their incredible new single “I Don’t Love You All The Time’. Based around a very distinct seventies rock influence, The Howlers have poured a large dose of West Coast psych into the mix to create this masterpiece. Speaking about the track, The Howlers said “‘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.”

The 3-piece are heading back out on another UK-wide tour in November and December and are certain to continue their exponential growth with the praise they’ve received from BBC 6 Music, KEXP, BBC Radio 1 as well as being featured on BT Sport, Sky Sports and SoccerAM. With more music set for release over the coming months, The Howlers are certainly putting their name in the ring to become one of the most exciting acts of 2021.

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Written by: Stuart Daley