Donnie Willow – ‘Inhale. Exhale.’

Hailing from Glasgow and beginning in 2009 as school friends, Donnie Willow are an alt-rock, 3 piece that have tirelessly been touring the UK and building up a loyal and enthusiastic fan base who have seen the release of 3 EPs up till now.

This mini-album, ‘Inhale. Exhale’ is being self-released, on March 4th.
The highly anticipated debut mini-album was recorded at 45 A-Side Studios in Glasgow with Bruce Rintoul (Twin Atlantic, Fatherson) and mastered by Ed Woods (Reuben, The Xcerts, Freeze The Atlantic).

The first offering from the band, ‘I Eat Flies‘, can be streamed on the below link:
https://soundcloud.com/donniewillow/i-eat-flies/s-qQM15

On the first single, the band comment; “Like all the songs on the mini-album, ‘I Eat Flies’ went through different versions during the writing process. We felt this made each song sound the best it could before going into the studio. We experiment with different song styles on the record, and feel this single displays our aggressive side. After playing these songs live for the past couple of years we are really happy with how they turned out after working with Bruce Rintoul and Ed Woods.”  
Tracklisting:
1. Inhale
2. Jagged Teeth
3. I Eat Flies
4. Easy Come, Easy Go
5. Little Brother
6. Fairytale
7. Exhale

 

The band has previously played with the likes of Don Broco, Fatherson, The Xcerts, Ghost Town, Freeze The Atlantic & Brontide and 2016 will see them touring much more extensively around the UK again.

DONNIE WILLOW:
ARTHUR PIDDINGTON – GUITAR/VOX
SAM PEPPIETTE – BASS/VOX
PETER BUNTING – DRUMS

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