Wallows Shares All Of Their Quirks  in New Alternative Single,  "Scrawny"

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Fresh off their The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon debut, Wallows is blessing us with another alternative anthem. The band recently performed their hit single "Are You Bored Yet?" featuring Clairo on the late night television show and have received raving reviews from critically acclaimed publications and   streaming services like Spotify and Apple Music.

Their newest single "Scrawny" was released on Feb. 18 and is already stuck on repeat. The single is an unapologetic song about being proud of who you are. The lyrics detail the band's quirks, but the way they are presented is nothing short of proud and shameless. This is the second track released from Wallow's debut album Nothing Happens due March 22.  

"Are You Bored Yet?" and "Scrawny" give off completely different vibes. Wallow's first single is vulnerable and calming, while the electric guitars and drums in "Scrawny" are high energy and rambunctious. With the two highly contrasting singles, it's a mystery as to what the rest of the album will sound like, but we are eagerly awaiting its release next month.

After their performance at Coachella this year, Wallows will embark on their  Nothing Happens  headlining world tour. Get tickets here.

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