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  • Wallows Releases New Song “Calling After Me”

  • Earlier this month, American alt-rock band Wallows, consisting of Dylan Minnette (vocals/rhythm guitar), Braeden Lemasters (vocals/lead guitar) and Cole Preston (drums), announced that their upcoming third studio album “Model” would be released on May 24, 2024.

    To accompany the announcement, the band unveiled a mysterious 12-minute short film directed by Nina Ljeti, starring Wallows and New Zealand singer-songwriter Benee.
    The new album is their first LP in two years since the 2022 album “Tell Me That It's Over” and comprises a 12-track.

    The band told Rolling Stone about the album, “We want this to be the most approachable album we've made. I want people to put this on if they're not really a fan of us, and be gripped immediately. We don't want to take too much of their attention, but we want to keep it. We keep them the whole time and make them want to come back.”
  • From the album, the band released the second single called “Calling After Me” on March 21, 2024, following “Your Apartment”.
    The track was written by Blake Slatkin, Braeden Lemasters, Cole Preston, Dylan Minnette, and John Congleton. Produced by Blake Slatkin and John Congleton.
    The band said of the song, “We like that 'Calling After Me' is pretty fun and light on its feet for a Wallows song. We're excited for people to hear it and play it live this summer.”
  • The band lead singer Dylan Minnette told Rolling Stone about the song, “So far, it's the lightest and most playful song we've had yet lyrically. It's an 'I like you, you like me' love song. And we haven't really had a song like that. I feel like a lot of our songs' lyrical content is shrouded in uncertainty and insecurities. This is more assured and it's fun.”
    Drummer Cole Preston added, “Production-wise, we're not stuffing a bunch of layers to hide behind. It is what it is. And I think for that reason, sonically it sounds so huge because there's space for these instruments to really shine. Nothing is hiding in that song.”

    Photo by Aidan Zamiri
  • source : Apple Music
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