Remember a time when musicians didn’t rely on computers and autotune? A time when backing tracks weren’t the norm?
Owlface does. Energetic and raw, they have a sound that falls somewhere in the sonic landscape between Queens of the Stone Age and Soundgarden. Owlface would have been right at home in Seattle circa 1994.
The band garnered some much-deserved recognition last year when Todd Hancock played the single 'Triceratops' from their first EP 'In Spiral Sleep' on his Toddcast Podcast, calling it “a contender for indie song of the year.” It was that song that caught the attention of producer/engineer Matt Di Pomponio, who mixed their soon to be released EP, including their newest single 'Roses'.