Oakland based soul rockers Howlin Rain have released a new music video for the title track off their latest record, The Alligator Bride. The video was recorded live at Candyland Studios outside of Cincinnati, and features an extended, 8 minute take complete with rich guitar solos and enigmatic performances that perfectly exemplify the sentiment in which the band was initially formed.
Ethan Miller, formally of Comets on Fire, formed Howlin Rain with the intention of bringing life back to the music that inspired him growing up in the Golden State. 12 years and 8 studio albums later, The Alligator Bride’s high-energy, adventurous sentiment puts you in the driver’s seat of the hippie bus trekking down the California coast. Check out the video below:
Along with the release of the new video, the group announced a short, seven date tour across the west coast with up and comers Garcia Peoples in early 2019. Check out their new record, The Alligator Bride, here and don’t miss them when they hit The Echo on January 17th, tickets available here!