Scowl flex their melodic muscles on new single and video “Seeds To Sow”

Scowl flex their melodic muscles on 
new single and video “Seeds To Sow”

How Flowers Grow out 11/19 on Flatspot Records

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Today, Scowl shares their latest single, “Seeds To Sow”, off their upcoming LP, How Flowers Grow out November 19th on Flatspot Records. The new song explores a more melodic, old-school punk-meets-rock style sound that is still brimming with the youthful hardcore energy the band exemplifies. The vocals are charmingly catchy, accompanied by a rock n’ roll saxophone line that carries the tune in a completely unexpected way. The video wouldn’t look out of place on the big screen – a clever throwback to a bygone era that captures a sense of nostalgia and fun.

Speaking on the track, vocalist Kat Moss states:

“I love this song. I had no expectations going into recording it as it was supposed to be strictly instrumental— but at the very end of recording we kinda just went for it. I messed around with some of my lyrics from the title track and basically wrote a prelude. I loved hearing that kinda thing on a record growing up, I always felt like it tied everything together and was almost a sort of musical “fourth wall break”. I love to sing but had zero expectations for recording my singing voice, it was just a lot of fun.”

The band also has a run of West Coast tour dates coming up in December with Comeback Kid, No Warning, and Zulu. These will be followed by a string of shows on the East Coast including the For The Children benefit in Brooklyn, NY with Xibalba and Section H8, followed by Philadelphia and Washington D.C. with Fixation and End It. Full tour dates below.

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How Flowers Grow Tracklist:
1. Bloodhound
2. Dead To Me
3. Pay Privilege Due
4. Trophy Hunter
5. Seeds To Sow
6. Idle Roaring Room
7. Fuck Around
8. Roots
9. Four Walls
10. How Flowers GrowTour Dates:
11/6/2021 – San Francisco, CA @ The Parkside w/ Powerhouse, Sunamiw/ Comeback Kid, No Warning, Zulu
12/6 – Las Vegas, NV @ American Legion Post 8
12/7 – Phoenix, AZ @ Valley Bar
12/8 – San Diego, CA @ Soda Bar
12/11+ 12/12 – Los Angeles, CA @ The Echoplex – For The Children Festival
12/13 – Santa Cruz, CA @ The Vets Hall
12/15 – Portland, OR @ Dante’s*
12/16 – Seattle, WA @ Vera Project*
*w/o No Warning

12/18/2021 – Brooklyn, NY @ Market Hotel  w/ Xibalba, Section H8, Soul Blind + more
12/19 – Philadelphia, PA @ PhilaMOCA w/ Fixation, End It
12/20 – Washington D.C. @ Pie Shop w/ Fixation, End It

EU/UK w/ Comeback Kid, Be Well, Devil In Me
01/19/2022 – Belin, DE @ Hole44
01/20/2022 – Hanover, DE @ Faust
01/21/2022 – Bochum, DE @ Matrix
01/22/2022 – Karlsruhe, DA @ Weisse Rose
01/23/2022 – Utrecht, NL @ Tivoli Pandora
01/24/2022 – Bristol, UK @ Fleece
01/25/2022 – Birmingham, UK @ Mama Roux
01/26/2022 – Leeds, UK @ Key Club
01/27/2022 – Manchester, UK @ Rebellion
01/28/2022 – London, UK @ The Dome
01/29/2022 – Hasselt, BE @ Muziekodroom
01/30/2022 – Paris, FR @ Gibus
01/31/2022 – Wil, CH @ Gare De Lion
02/01/2022 – Milan, IT @ Legend Club
02/02/2022 – Munich, DE @ Backstage
02/03/2022 – Prague, CZ @ Futurium
02/04/2022 – Leipzig, DE @ Conne Island

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Hailing from Santa Cruz, CA, hardcore punk band Scowl has burst onto the scene as one of the most authentic young voices in the genre, influenced by everything from 80s’ hardcore, punk, and Oi to modern alternative pop. The band has made a name for themselves with songs that are as reflective and dark as they are fun. A new addition to the Flatspot Records family, the label will be releasing their upcoming album How Flowers Grow later this fall. Formed in 2019 and consisting of vocalist Kat, guitarist Malachi, bassist Bailey, and drummer Cole, Scowl came out swinging with their fuzzed-out self-titled demo that same year. Follow up EP Reality After Reality (2019) cemented them as one of hardcore’s rising star bands to watch, with anthemic tracks like “Retail Hell” quickly becoming staples of their caustic live set. The band has shared the stage with the likes of Terror, Mindforce, Gulch, Zulu, and DARE and have their eyes set on finishing 2021 strong – planning numerous tours and gearing up to release their first full-length.
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