Wilhelm Tell Me – ‘Growing Younger’

11391354_842633452440777_2269261380509338660_nThe indie rock band, Wilhelm Tell Me, get together with producer Lars Stalfor’s of The Mars Volta to release the single, ‘Growing Younger’, off their new EP called A Short Story For The Road. The 3-piece indie rock group hailing from Hamburg and Copenhagen met up with Lar’s Stalfor in his LA studio after vocalist of the band, Henning Sommer, presented a demo to Lar’s which led to the producer working with band on their newest EP. 

The new single, ‘Growing Younger’, is a fun and bouncy indie rock song off the bands new EP that has a clever arrangement of quirky melodic phrases, dynamic percussive layering, and unique instrumental variations that keep the track exciting and ever-changing. Starting into the song with a catchy melodic hook that leads into a chilled out verse the instrumentation stays minimal allowing the vocals to be introduced and then eventually creeps into a chorus that re-establishes the fun melodic line and bursts into a more dynamic variation of the intro.  The song has a party like feel with lyrics that are light and care-free and music that is catchy and dynamic.
PromoImageWilhelm Tell Me have already made a huge impact with the new EP, A Short Story For The Road, throughout Europe and the single, ‘Growing Younger’, is sure to be an exciting prospect in America and the UK as well.  ‘Growing Younger’, which is off of the new EP, will be officially released on September 07 2015.
For music and info on Wilhelm Tell Me and their latest EP check out their Soundcloud, FacebookTwitteriTunes, and YouTube.  Or check out the Wilhelm Tell Me website.




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