Gnarwolves have shared a new track ahead of their new EP ‘Adolescence‘ being released unto the world.
It’s called ‘Daydreamer‘, it’s as gnarly and excellent as you’ve come to expect from the band and it goes a little something like this. (Actually, it sounds EXACTLY like this.)
“This song is about the struggle to come to terms with a society that expects you to take a certain path. Get a job, buy a house, have kids. We’re constantly told what is expected of us and what it means to achieve and be successful,” says Thom Weeks tells Noisey. The song deals with the feelings of isolation and anxiety that come with not fitting in with mainstream thought, and not having the desires we’re told we’re supposed to have. Sonically, it’s a punch in the face and Max and Charlie absolutely smash the rhythm section on the outro”.
‘Adolescence’ is out November 13th via Big Scary Monster. The band, predictable as always, are on tour this December with Spraynard and Such Gold. Dates as follows.
09 The Rainbow Warehouse, Birmingham
10 Sound Control, Manchester
11 Key Club, Leeds
12 Audio, Glasgow
13 The Local Authority, Sheffield
14 District, Liverpool
15 The Bodega, Nottingham
16 Exchange, Bristol
17 Sound Circus, Bournemouth
18 Underworld, London