Brooklyn Soul Rockers The LoveHowl Start A Sultry Slow Burn In “24”

Mike Mehalick April 25, 2014 News No Comments

The LoveHowl

Shaking the smoke filled, well at least in a nostalgic sense since most places don’t allow for that indoors anymore, bars and rock clubs in Brooklyn is the soul rock quartet The LoveHowl. Their longing, guitar searing shuffles evoke The Black Keys with singer Amy Sheehan crooning above the fray like Grace Potter.

Off of last year’s EP The Chase the band now shares the eclectic, accelerating “24” which counts down from a slow tick of the clock to a frantic race against time. Dark toned rhythms set up the initial sonic space building towards an ending crescendo with a skilled, passionate lead guitar solo.

Stream The LoveHowl’s “24” below and catch more of The Chase here.

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