California-based five-piece The Growlers use the phrase “Beach Goth” to describe their sound, and their fifth full-length release Chinese Fountain embodies it. The album consists of 11 trippy tracks that took the group a mere three weeks to write and half that time to record. “This is my chance to let it all out,” frontman Brooks Nielsen says of these songs. “I kind of bottle things up and don’t really get emotional. But I think if I don’t open up, I’d be a really stale person.” Download “Good Advice” from Chinese Fountain and learn more about The Growlers at their Official Website, “Like” them on Facebook, and follow them on Twitter.
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