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4.7 out of 5

90 Ratings

90 Ratings

I want more!

Bob Nufer

Only two songs released so far, but if they're any indication of how the full album will sound, it's going to be fantastic. I'm Good is stuck in my head. Can't wait to hear more from one of my favorite bands.

Kids In Love

Sarah Haluska

Although currently there are only two songs out, Kids In Love is already showing signs of an impressive sophomore album. Keeping with the prominent theme from their last album—love, of course—The Mowgli’s showcase their catchy harmonies in songs that are alt pop fun at its finest.

Perfect as usual

kylie turi

Love what I'm hearing so far. The Mowgli's never cease to amaze me and I can't wait to see what they have done with the rest of the album. I've seen them live twice and definitely plan on seeing them on this tour!

About The Mowgli's

Los Angeles-based musical collective the Mowgli's blend the Laurel Canyon folk and pop traditions of bands like the Byrds and the Beach Boys with the quirky modern indie pop of bands like Fun. and Grouplove. Formed in 2010 around singer/songwriter Colin Dieden, the Mowgli's are a large ensemble that originally included members David Applebaum, Spencer Trent, Matt Di Panni, Josh Hogan, Andy Warren, Katie Earl, and Michael Vincze (who left the group in 2014). In 2012, they released their full-length studio debut, Sound the Drum, along with an EP, Love's Not Dead. They quickly returned a year later with their sophomore album, Waiting for the Dawn. In 2015 they delivered their third full-length album, Kids in Love, which featured production from Captain Cuts as well as Matt Radosevich. The Mowgli's continued to tour, hit the festival circuit, and in late 2015, supported the humanitarian organization The International Rescue Committee by releasing the single "Room for All of Us." Following the departure of guitarist Spencer Trent, the Mowgli's worked with producer Mike Green (All Time Low, Paramore) to record their fourth LP, 2016's Where'd Your Weekend Go? A non-album single, "4AM," arrived in February 2017. ~ James Christopher Monger

ORIGIN
Los Angeles, CA
FORMED
2010

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