A revolution song for THE HOWLIN' SOULS Friday, 13 October 2017 21:27 by madseason
The Howlin' Souls - Viva La Revolucion (Again)

NYC based rockers The Howlin' Souls are releasing their brand new single, Viva La Revolucion (Again), today, October 13.
Viva La Revolucion (Again) is extremely relevant in the current political climate and urges people to pay attention to the world around them. With cries of protest, The Howlin' Souls make a firm point that they will not be silenced nor will they back down anytime soon. "The song touches on a few subjects that are relevant in America and beyond, including corrupt politicians, corporations influencing policy, people rising up in protest and police brutality. It is happening all over the world" said Smith.

Produced by Fritz Lang (long-time engineer at CBGB's, The Record Plant NYC, Sigma NYC), Viva La Revolucion (Again) features strong guitar riffs and a pounding bassline that will make you want to get up and make a change.

Stream and download the song clicking on the image.

The Howlin' Souls - Free & Young

NYC based rock band, The Howlin' Souls is releasing their brand new music video, Free & Young, today, July 28.

Free & Young is included in the band's debut self titled EP released last April and already featured here on weChameleon, as some of you may remember.

Musicwise, Free & Young sounds like an hybrid between Tom Petty and The Black Keys: a song that should work very well both on alternative and classic radios.

Watch the video for Free & Young clicking on the image and, if you still haven't, check the whole EP on Spotify or on SoundCloud.

The black blues heart of THE HOWLIN' SOULS Friday, 28 April 2017 14:25 by madseason
The Howlin' Souls - Black Heart

Here's a band that should appeal to all those classic rock lovers looking for something fresh. The Howlin' Souls, from New York, are influenced by British rock greats The Rolling Stones, as well as the blues legends that inspired them -Muddy Waters, Jimmy Reed and the iconic Howlin' Wolf (whom they honor in their name).

The Howlin' Souls are releasing their debut self titled, 4-track EP today, April 28. Fritz Lang, long time engineer with time at CBGBs, Record Plant NYC, Sigma NYC and others as well as touring with Miles Davis, the Stones, Prince and other icons of music, co-produced the record with the singer/songwriter of the band, Pete Smith.

The mini-album starts with Anyway You Take It, a song that smells Stones from miles; the second one, Free And Young, it's an hybrid between Tom Petty and The Black Keys; next we have the current single Black Heart (watch the official video clicking on the image): I hear White Stripes influences in it; the closing number Alabama is a southern tinged track with echoes of Norman Greenbaum's superclassic Spirit In The Sky.

All in all, The Howlin' Souls is an highly entertaining rockin' EP, one that will surely put the band on the map. Stream it now on Spotify or on SoundCloud.