Thursday, March 25, 2021

Inspired by loss, ‘I Don’t Love You All The Time' is The Howlers' best yet

Credit: Rob Blackham

Words: Paul Dawson

London-based desert rockers The Howlers recently dropped their brand new riff-driven single and video for ‘I Don’t Love You All The Time’, the follow up to ‘Matador’.

‘I Don’t Love You All The Time’ was produced and mixed by Theo Verney (Lazarus Kane, FEET and FUR) and Tarek Musa (Circa Waves, Kagoule) at Echo Zoo Studios and mastered at Third Man Records in Detroit.

Blending rumbling vocals, heavy guitar riffs, bombastic drums and a thumping bassline, The Howl have created a fantastic track which allows for their many talents to shine through, in particular the vocals of frontman Adam Young who is the true star here.

Inspired to write ‘I Don’t Love You All The Time’ after losing loved ones to Covid-19 last year, the track, he says, 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.” 

Tune in below.

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