Wailing Urei Is “Howling,” In Latest Single



Wailing Urei is the up-and-coming London-based artist, guitarist, and singer-songwriter you absolutely need to keep your eyes on.


Wailing Urei works his magic to create Alt-Rock tracks infused with Darkwave and Lo-Fi sonic atmospheres that will only leave you wanting more. His latest release, "Howling," is the first track off his upcoming debut album, which is set to come out later this year.


Wailing Urei has created a dark and mysterious sonic landscape throughout "Howling." Along with heavier, darker elements, he's also infused the track with chilled-out Lo-Fi beats that are a consistent feature throughout, perfectly supporting Wailing Urei's signature ambient electric guitar lines. He's managed to effortlessly combine his classic Alt-Rock, Darkwave, and Lo-Fi elements to create this standout single.


Throughout "Howling," Wailing Urei's vocals are ominous, mysterious, and ambient, constantly reiterating the lines, "Howling, I heard howling, I can feel their eyes, Always watching me" in various forms. Through this repetition, he creates a sense of foreboding and uneasiness, almost making you want to look over your own shoulder to see if anyone is watching you.


Wailing Urei has managed to create a soundscape that somehow leaves the listeners with a sense of mystery, calmness, and doom all at the same time - it's safe to say that we are officially amazed.


Check out "Howling" by Wailing Urei today, and keep your eyes peeled for his much anticipated upcoming album, set to arrive this year.



Welcome to BuzzMusic, Wailing Urei! We are so pleased to have you here and want to give you a big congratulations on your compelling single, "Howling." Can you tell us a bit more about the inspiration behind this dark and mysterious track?


Thank you very much. I'm glad to finally have it out. It's been floating around unfinished for a while. I wanted to try and get across that lonely, paranoid feeling and how those thoughts can really just bury themselves in your head if you let them.

What sort of listening experience did you want to give your audience with "Howling?" How did you want the song to make them feel?


I think the best feeling I want to get across with it is that lonely walk home at night or when you're up at 3 am, still online but not really doing anything but just not wanting to deal with another day. It's more of a headphones song, I think.


You have an amazing knack for blending multiple genres, including Alt-Rock, Darkwave, Lo-Fi, and much more. Is there any genre you haven't yet explored that you want to tap into more with future releases?


I'm definitely looking at how I can play around with more experimental and noise or maybe even a bit more electronic component. I am definitely going to fold in more industrial, just a more abrasive and energetic sound overall.


Is "Howling" any indication of what listeners might expect to hear more of in your upcoming album?


100%, as I had the concept, Howling was the first thing I wrote. Everything else fell into place after, so it is unquestionably leading the sound of the album.


What's next for you?


I was already looking at a new album that I'm excited about getting to work on. I'm still in the very early stages, though, so I don't want to give too much away.



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