Parisian psych-rockers Howlin’ Jaws, the dynamic trio known for their captivating blend of 60s garage and pop rock that meets psychedelic soundscapes, have dropped their latest single "Through My Hands" .. The track is taken from their highly-acclaimed album 'Half Asleep Half Awake,' which was recorded at Liam Watson’s renowned Toe Rag Studios in London.
Drawing inspiration from the golden era of rock 'n' roll, Howlin’ Jaws effortlessly transport listeners to a bygone era with their fuzzed-out guitars, infectious 60s pop melodies, and mesmerizing vocals. With tracks like "Mirror Mirror" and "Lost Songs" already making waves among fans of psychedelic rock music worldwide, "Through My Hands" promises yet to be another cosmic kaleidoscope banger.
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Reflecting on the creative process behind 'Half Asleep Half Awake,' Howlin’ Jaws shared: “Two years ago, we didn’t think we’d be experimenting so much and incorporating so many effects into our music. But now it seems self-evident to use them to flesh out the sound spectrum.” This experimentation has resulted in a truly immersive sonic experience that resonates deeply with both old-school enthusiasts as well as those discovering this genre for the first time.
"With 'Half Asleep Half Awake' receiving critical acclaim and gaining momentum within the indie music scene, Howlin’ Jaws are poised to make an indelible mark on the global psychedelic rock landscape. Their ability to seamlessly blend vintage influences with contemporary sensibilities sets them apart as true torchbearers of the genre.