Pandemic-Born Irish Band Rowan Tackle “Youth And Youthhood” In Single & Video

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Irish trio Rowan have recently shared their new single Youth And Youthhood.” The new single follows on from the band’s recently released EP Everybody Talks and is accompanied by a video.

The band introduces the new track:

“‘Youth and Youthhood’ is a wistful ode to “the trials and tribulations of navigating life as a teenager. The song reminisces on the fickle nature of young relationships and the baptism of fire that is your first house party. The transition into adulthood can be a scary unknown territory, contrasted by the complex golden days of yore.” 

Rowan was born out of the early pandemic, when the three musicians were forced into a hiatus from session work, but they all had a wealth of songs already written, resulting in their first EP, which they released independently with No One Is Safe Here.

In 2021, Rowan signed to Beverly Martel with the EP Everybody Talks as their first imprint with the LA label. With details of a debut full-length album on the way, and a post-pandemic live scene opening up again, Rowan are set to take on the rest of 2021.