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.”