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Wallows Ask For “A Warning” On New Single

Wallows is gearing up to release their third album Model on May 24 via Atlantic Records. However, before the big day, Wallows is giving us one more taste of what’s to come with their new single, “A Warning.” The illuminating new song is preceded by “Calling After Me” “Your Apartment” and “Bad Dream.” Featuring glistening, yet melancholy, indie pop instrumentals, the chorus says, “You could’ve given me a warning ‘cause you had me holding out for nothing/Oh, you could’ve given me a warning if you knew that all your walls would cave in/Yeah, I could’ve given it some more, but… Read more »


Wallows Release Music Video For Their Single, “Calling After Me”

Hello? Wallows are calling with their fresh music video for their latest single, “Calling After Me.” The release comes ahead of their incoming album, Model, which arrives on May 24 via Atlantic Records. With a single that’s going to land on everyone’s summer playlist, the bouncy yet sad track flexes on what the trio does best. Read more: Riley! Drops “Bad Boys Boxing Club” Ahead Of ‘Keep Your Cool’ Album Release The video is a summery white-out room with the band solemnly performing. As the song progresses, they let their emotions show through a literal whirlwind destroying their living room… Read more »


Wallows Drop New Track, “Calling After Me”

Indie act Wallows are longing for an answer with their single, “Calling After Me.” This is the second song that’s off of their upcoming album, Model, which arrives on May 24 via Atlantic Records. Tapping into a lackadaisical summery sound, the track sticks true to the band’s melodic background. The trio’s triumph return allows them to flex their wings sonically. While able to have high-energy tunes alongside slower motifs, the band keeps it cool, consistent, and casual with their recent release. “I don’t mind the things that you’ve been doing/Think you need someone like me to get through it” illustrates… Read more »


Wallows New Single “Your Apartment” Marks Thrilling Return

Indie-rock trio Wallows have come out of hibernation and are back with their new single “Your Apartment.” This marks the first new offering from Dylan Minnette, Braeden Lemasters, and Cole Preston since 2022’s Tell Me That It’s Over. With an accompanying music video, “Your Apartment” features upbeat groovy surf rock guitar melodies, understated, yet gripping vocals, and deliciously melancholy lyrics. “Who said I don’t understand or that/I probably won’t remember/Time in the palm of your hand/We both let go together,” the chorus says. Watch the full music video below featuring a vintage aesthetic. Of the new song, Wallows shares, “This… Read more »


100 Rising Artists You Need To Listen To In 2024—Pt. 7

We have officially rounded the last corner in our stretch to bring you 100 Rising Artists You Need To Listen To In 2024! With only three weeks remaining after this week’s release, we assure you that for the remainder of the year, we will continue to keep you in-the-know of your favorite artists and introduce you to your potential next favorite artist (*wink wink*). Perhaps you’ve already discovered your next favorite artist among the talents we’ve featured in this series… We certainly hope so, given the abundance of remarkable individuals showcased in the last two months! In case you’ve missed… Read more »


KennyHoopla Offers Laid-back Indie Sound On “keep a window open//”

Pop-punk rising star KennyHoopla is back with an eclectic new single “keep a window open//.” This track is preceded by the July release of his three-song EP BLINK AND YOU’LL MISS IT// featuring none other than frequent collaborator blink-182’s Travis Barker. The two even shared their official music video for the stand-out track “MARRY KILL F*CK//.” Departing from the raw punk rock sounds of the EP, this new single sees more indie elements at play with mellow, ethereal vocals. “‘keep a window open//’ is a song that is an ode to my roots and day one inspirations,” KennyHoopla says of… Read more »

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