Junkowl share quarantine acoustic video for “Crawling Under My Feet”

Montreal rockers Junkowl have posted (via V13) an acoustic version of their track “Crawling Up My Feet.” The regular version of the song appears on the band’s latest full-length release, ‘Making Out With My Death.’

Regarding the new unplugged song, an official announcement notes:

The track is a stripped-down version of a song about “falling in love with someone when you’re depressed or struggling with addiction, and essentially about how it’s pretty much impossible to love someone properly when you don’t love yourself” and truly showcases the raw emotion it projects.

Leading up to the new LP’s unleashing, the band said:

We’re really excited for this album to drop and for people to be able to listen to our music in a different way, and of course to have the opportunity to reach out to a larger audience. We just hope people have as much fun listening to this record as they do coming to our shows. That’s the goal anyway.


Junkowl is:
Dominic Labrie – Drums
Jesse Frechette – Vocals
Marco Larosa – Guitar
Samuel Matte- Bass

Photo by Alexandre Guay

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