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E.A.Poets Approved/Bands We Like – Growr

Good Day Noir Family,
our “E.A.Poets Approved/Bands We Like” section is dedicated to Growr. I discovered this Artist while shuffling songs on Spotify and I liked his modern sound.

A fresh and powerful sound is the one proposed by this artist.

Music that follows the new rock trend of bands like Cleopatrick, Fidlar etc.

Growr manages to entertain the listener by offering a chord progression with many twists that keep you glued from the first to the last second.

The sound is powerful, pressing, and very catchy.

I believe that this talented artist has a bright future ahead of him as he offers music very much in “vogue” nowadays.

The production and the mix are good, a nice discovery to keep under control.

Wasted Time is Growr’s Single Out Now!

Modern and Fresh!


Quote: “I chose the name growr because I didn’t think Jake Parsons was a cool enough name for a rock/grunge sounding artist! Although it sounds like a band, this is my solo project. I’ve been in a lot of bands of varying genre, but it’s nice to release songs where I have complete creative control (though it is very scary!). 

‘Wasted Time’ was (unsurprisingly) written halfway through a Foo Fighters documentary just before I came to university. My old band was coming to an end and I was excited for a new rockier start. I’m now out the other side of university but this song has seemed to hang on throughout. In a rather full circle moment, I got two of my old band together and recorded this and the previous single ‘Falling’ in a day at a studio in Brighton.

I’ve released them a year apart, and am unsure whether growr will grow(er!) into anything else. There are a few other songs hanging around so I may have to head into the studio soon. The ‘press pics’ (taken by the wonderful John Tinneny) were predominantly taken on a night out during my year abroad – yes that’s me on the floor in the third one! I’ve grown very fond of these pics and the people in them and they’ve really come to represent growr aesthetically and thematically – it’s all about letting loose and not caring what people think (or trying my best to).

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