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The Growlers have shared a new cut from their upcoming album, 'Natural Affair'

Check out 'Pulp of Youth'.
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Published: 11:50 am, September 27, 2019
The Growlers have shared a new cut from their upcoming album, 'Natural Affair'

The Growlers have shared a new cut from their upcoming album, 'Natural Affair', due 25th October.

'Pulp of Youth' also arrives ahead of their upcoming UK and Ireland tour, which will see them play night in London (21st February), Manchester (22nd), Glasgow (23rd), and Dublin (25th).

“The love and happiness for my wife is why I’m still here,” says singer Brooks Nielsen of the track. “I see a lot of people around me dropping like flies, whether from bad relationships, drugs, or bands falling apart. But my girl, the mother of my kids, she keeps me on the vine. I want to stay with her and stay right. We’re still very much in love, just like when we were younger, in the pulp of youth.”

Check out 'Pulp of Youth' below.

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