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Wallows have debuted a brand new track, 'Scrawny'

It's taken from their forthcoming debut album 'Nothing Happens', which is set for release on 22nd March.
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Published: 8:46 am, February 19, 2019
Wallows have debuted a brand new track, 'Scrawny'

The wondrous Wallows have dropped a brand new track.

Titled 'Scrawny', the new cut debuted on Zane Lowe's Beats 1 show, and is taken from their forthcoming debut album 'Nothing Happens', which is set for release on 22nd March.

Speaking to Zane, the band's Dylan Minette explained: "There was a lot of introspectiove moments on the album, and that's cool to us and everything, but we were like, 'We need something light - something that is borderline funny, just a moment on the album to make people smile.'"

"This sort of naturally came out. We started writing it while we were in the studio and wrote it really quickly in a couple of days, and then went back in and put it together with John Congleton."

You can check out 'Scrawny' below.

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