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Minneapolis four-piece Howler are set to release their second album World Of Joy on March 25 via Rough Trade! It is their follow-up to the catchy, youthfully brash debut America Give Up (2012) which featured the singles ‘Told You Once’ and ‘Back Of Your Neck.’

"America Give Up practically glows with youthful energy. Frontman and songwriter Jordan Gatesmith hasn’t even turned 20 yet, and ‘America’ steamrolls through its 32 minutes with a brash and undeniably exhilarating vitality." The A.V. Club (B)

Having recruited new member Rory MacMurdo on drums, Howler’s second album was written and ... Read more

Minneapolis four-piece Howler are set to release their second album World Of Joy on March 25 via Rough Trade! It is their follow-up to the catchy, youthfully brash debut America Give Up (2012) which featured the singles ‘Told You Once’ and ‘Back Of Your Neck.’

"America Give Up practically glows with youthful energy. Frontman and songwriter Jordan Gatesmith hasn’t even turned 20 yet, and ‘America’ steamrolls through its 32 minutes with a brash and undeniably exhilarating vitality." The A.V. Club (B)

Having recruited new member Rory MacMurdo on drums, Howler’s second album was written and recorded in Minneapolis at The Terrarium studio with ‘America Give Up’ producer Chris Heidman.

Howler is the brainchild of 21-year-old Jordan Gatesmith, who says of World Of Joy:
“The songs and the record, ultimately, became accounts of Ian, Max, Rory, and I living and dreaming passionately. The record is supposed to be almost like a jukebox at some sloppy bar in Minneapolis playing things like: Thin Lizzy, The Replacements, The Modern Lovers, Kiss, The Smiths, The Stooges, and other randomly assorted bands. It's a tribute to our love of rock n roll and to the lineage of that genre we so admire.”

Howler is Jordan Gatesmith (vocals/guitar), Ian Nygaard (guitar), Max Petrek (bass/keyboards) and Rory MacMurdo (drums).

More praise for Howler and America Give Up:

"Impressive debut album." The New York Times
"There’s a lot here to like." Paste (8.3)
"There's a lot of fretting over the survival of pure rock ‘n' roll lately, but Howler's America Give Up should be enough reassurance for the biggest cynics." Colorado Daily
"Energetic power-pop." Washington Post

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

Minneapolis four-piece Howler are set to release their second album World Of Joy on March 25 via Rough Trade! It is their follow-up to the catchy, youthfully brash debut America Give Up (2012) which featured the singles ‘Told You Once’ and ‘Back Of Your Neck.’

"America Give Up practically glows with youthful energy. Frontman and songwriter Jordan Gatesmith hasn’t even turned 20 yet, and ‘America’ steamrolls through its 32 minutes with a brash and undeniably exhilarating vitality." The A.V. Club (B)

Having recruited new member Rory MacMurdo on drums, Howler’s second album was written and recorded in Minneapolis at The Terrarium studio with ‘America Give Up’ producer Chris Heidman.

Howler is the brainchild of 21-year-old Jordan Gatesmith, who says of World Of Joy:
“The songs and the record, ultimately, became accounts of Ian, Max, Rory, and I living and dreaming passionately. The record is supposed to be almost like a jukebox at some sloppy bar in Minneapolis playing things like: Thin Lizzy, The Replacements, The Modern Lovers, Kiss, The Smiths, The Stooges, and other randomly assorted bands. It's a tribute to our love of rock n roll and to the lineage of that genre we so admire.”

Howler is Jordan Gatesmith (vocals/guitar), Ian Nygaard (guitar), Max Petrek (bass/keyboards) and Rory MacMurdo (drums).

More praise for Howler and America Give Up:

"Impressive debut album." The New York Times
"There’s a lot here to like." Paste (8.3)
"There's a lot of fretting over the survival of pure rock ‘n' roll lately, but Howler's America Give Up should be enough reassurance for the biggest cynics." Colorado Daily
"Energetic power-pop." Washington Post

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

Minneapolis four-piece Howler are set to release their second album World Of Joy on March 25 via Rough Trade! It is their follow-up to the catchy, youthfully brash debut America Give Up (2012) which featured the singles ‘Told You Once’ and ‘Back Of Your Neck.’

"America Give Up practically glows with youthful energy. Frontman and songwriter Jordan Gatesmith hasn’t even turned 20 yet, and ‘America’ steamrolls through its 32 minutes with a brash and undeniably exhilarating vitality." The A.V. Club (B)

Having recruited new member Rory MacMurdo on drums, Howler’s second album was written and recorded in Minneapolis at The Terrarium studio with ‘America Give Up’ producer Chris Heidman.

Howler is the brainchild of 21-year-old Jordan Gatesmith, who says of World Of Joy:
“The songs and the record, ultimately, became accounts of Ian, Max, Rory, and I living and dreaming passionately. The record is supposed to be almost like a jukebox at some sloppy bar in Minneapolis playing things like: Thin Lizzy, The Replacements, The Modern Lovers, Kiss, The Smiths, The Stooges, and other randomly assorted bands. It's a tribute to our love of rock n roll and to the lineage of that genre we so admire.”

Howler is Jordan Gatesmith (vocals/guitar), Ian Nygaard (guitar), Max Petrek (bass/keyboards) and Rory MacMurdo (drums).

More praise for Howler and America Give Up:

"Impressive debut album." The New York Times
"There’s a lot here to like." Paste (8.3)
"There's a lot of fretting over the survival of pure rock ‘n' roll lately, but Howler's America Give Up should be enough reassurance for the biggest cynics." Colorado Daily
"Energetic power-pop." Washington Post

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

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