13 Songs, 49 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

4.3 out of 5
67 Ratings
67 Ratings

Something different .. I like it!

Its not the Beach Goth that we all know and love, but it's amazing!



"Omg they're total sellouts, but I do like a few songs." LOL y'all petty af. Like every other band (famous or not) they gotta change sound throughout their albums. That doesn't mean they are losing their true selves, they just wanna experiment. They've come a long way, they deserve it. So proud of them & can't wait to see them live again! Another great album with different perspectives, different emotions, but same rad band out of Costa Mesa...deal.with.it. 💃🏻🤘🏼



To all those who are complaining about there new sound, shut up already every band changes there sound, they're not here to satisfy your needs, there making the music that THEY enjoy making.

About The Growlers

Based out of Los Angeles, California, indie rockers the Growlers employ an atmospheric blend of reverb-laden surf rock, country-folk, and classic rock. Formed in 2006, the self-described "Beach Goth" outfit went through numerous personnel changes before settling on the core lineup of Brooks Nielsen (vocals), Matt Taylor (lead guitar), Scott Montoya (drums), Anthony Braun Perry (bass), and Kyle Straka (keyboards, guitar) -- they have since paired down to a trio consisting of Nielsen, Taylor, and Straka). They issued their debut album, Are You In or Are You Out? via Everloving Records in 2009, followed by the Hot Tropics EP in 2010. The full-length Hung at Heart arrived in 2013, with Chinese Fountain released the following year on FatCat in the U.K. and Everloving in the U.S. The Growlers tapped Julian Casablancas (Strokes) to produce their fifth studio long-player, 2016's City Club. ~ James Christopher Monger

Los Angeles, CA



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