Big thanks to the team over at Wobbly Lobster for creating this awesome video for our first single "Lucy's Lagoon" from the forthcoming album "UntilThe Moon Goes Blind" you can download it for free here https://howlinowls.com/shop but only for a limited time, so get this tune added to your music collection right now.
Howlin Owls loved getting together to jam, write tunes and listen to old records in the shed, taking it in turns to use the headphones.
After an extended session of listening to dirty blues and funk soul they had to get some fresh air. They wandered in the local woods and found themselves in an old barn. A damp broken down place with a musty smell.
After many months of mucking about they turned it into a studio, made it home, lit a fire, kept it burning and set about recording their blues, country and soul rockin inspired album influenced by the likes of Led Zeppelin, The Band, Tom Waits, The Rolling Stones, Neil Young and all the woodland animals that would come to listen every Tuesday and Thursday night.
Howlin Owls – Until The Moon Goes Blind, Out in 2018
Bedford Esquires, Bedford
Space are returning to Esquires on Saturday 20th May 2017!
The band release the much anticipated new studio album “Give me your Future” in late 2016 and embark on a new tour of the same name in April - June across the UK and Ireland.
We are very much looking forward to welcoming FRONTIER RUCKUS to The Lamplighter, as part of their UK tour - this will be a show not to miss and it's gonna be FREE.
"Enter The Kingdom" which was recorded by Wilco drummer Ken Coomer in Nashville and will be released on 17 february through Loose Music.
FRONTIER RUCKUS Wavering between the worlds of bluegrass, turn of the century broadsheets and today’s folk-pop, Frontier Ruckus is no mere revivalist outfit; rather more a synthesis of modernity with a rose glassed tint, and unwavering honesty…
This is flawless musicianship combined with a sheer joy of playing, displaying awesome harmonies, some tricky banjo and a singing saw!
“…delicate, finger-picked banjos, aching, oaky violin and the haunting voice of frontman Matthew Milia, who conjures what might happen had Neutral Milk Hotel’s Jeff Mangum been raised in a log cabin. Their songs are full of rich, rural details: frozen lakes, swaying trees, highway lights glowing in the deep night. Add to the mix baleful brass and trembling percussion, and you’ve got the perfect recipe for Gothic Americana.” – Rolling Stone