She Drew The Gun – Howl –
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She Drew The Gun – Howl

She Drew The Gun – Howl

She Drew The Gun returns with the stirring new single “Howl,” her first release in three years. Known for the acclaimed album “Behave Myself” in 2021, she’s back with a powerful piece produced by Ash Workman. “Howl” isn’t just a song; it’s a cathartic release, a way to connect with primal energy and the spiritual world. The track’s name captures the essence of a loud, mournful cry used in rituals to honor ancestors and release emotions.

The song’s lyrics delve into the profound connections between our existence and the universe. She reflects on how our bodies, composed of elements formed in ancient stars, embody a historical tapestry of consciousness and survival. This narrative intertwines with reflections on civilization’s evolution, touching on feudalism, colonialism, and the suppression of indigenous traditions. Despite the suffering caused by the pursuit of power, she finds solace and strength in her “howl,” especially in the ritualistic power of live performances.

The production by Ash Workman enhances the song’s emotional depth, creating a rich sonic landscape that amplifies her poignant lyrics. “Howl” stands as a testament to resilience and the unbreakable spirit, making it a powerful addition to She Drew The Gun’s discography.

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