Howlin’ Jaws and witchcraft

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Discover “Bewitched me”, the new single from the French trio Howlin’ Jaws. It comes from Half Asleep Half Awake, their new album.

“Bewitched me”, the new single from Howlin’ Jaws, is available. Its clip, written and directed by the trio, is visible via the player below:

“Bewitched me” is taken from Half Asleep Half Awake, the group’s latest album. There are also the singles “Mirror Mirror” and “Lost Songs”. This record was an opportunity for the Parisian trio to work with producer Liam Watson. Baptiste Leon, drummer of the group, talks about the result in an interview with the editorial staff: “It’s interesting to confront the analog method, which is used less and less. Beyond the sound, which is extraordinary on tape, there is an immediacy in the way of recording, which means that we leave a few imperfections, or start all over again. Post-production is much less present. »

Howlin’ Jaws will present this album during an upcoming Parisian date, scheduled for May 4 at Trabendo. In the meantime, relive their concert given at La Maroquinerie in the company of After Geography with the editorial team’s live report.


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