Indie rock trio Wallows have released a new song ahead of their Lollapalooza debut next Saturday, August 4th. “Underneath the Streetlights in the Winter Outside Your House” follows the release of the bands’ EP ‘Spring’ – both of which were produced by GRAMMY-winning producer John Congleton. A new DIY lyric video directed and shot by the band on an iPhone7, just as they did for their “Pleaser” video, accompanies the surprise punk rock song release. Check out the video below:
Wallows released their debut EP, ‘Spring’, in April via Atlantic Records. The John Congleton-produced EP has received early praise from PAPER, saying “Wallows is here to restore alt-rock to its former glory…(The band’s) West Coast-infused sound is the sonic equivalent of driving down the Pacific Coast highway in a drop top at sunset. Mutually melancholy and enthusiastic, Wallows has the versatility to satiate soppy souls and raise heart rates — all in all, a welcome anecdote to the times.” The EP features “Pictures of Girls,” which recently earned Wallows their first charted radio single with a debut at #36 on the Mediabase Alternative chart and at #40 on Billboard’s Alternative Songs chart. The band also made their late-night TV debut on The Late Late Show with James Corden in May.