Wallows released their debut LP, Nothing Happens, along with the music video for their latest single “Scrawny” on Friday (March 22).
The 11-track album is now available Atlantic Records, and was produced by Grammy award-winner John Congleton. In a press release from the alt-rock trio, they stated, “It feels great to finally be releasing our debut record.”
The band also dropped the comical music video for their second single — the up-tempo, self-deprecating rock track “Scrawny” — directed by Dillon Dowde. The clip shows the bandmates prepping for a boxing match in which frontman Dylan Minnette gets beat up and bloody, but remains in high spirits.
“I say the wrong shit at the right times/ If I'm offending them, I don't mind/ Maybe they all should listen to me/ It isn't all about what you see/ Question though, how do I look to you?/ Am I so thin that you can see through?” Minnette sings.
“We’ve been playing together for the past 10 years, so it’s been a long time coming,” the joint statement added. “Nothing Happens reflects on our experiences growing up together, our loss of innocence and the thoughts and fears that come with transitioning into adulthood.”
The trio are also gearing up for their tour, which kicks off with a Coachella appearance on April 13.
Stream Nothing Happens below, and watch the video for “Scrawny” after the jump.