NEW YORK — In their early days, the Beatles were called Johnny and the Moondogs and Coldplay went by Pectoralz. The rock band Wallows is no different.
Over the years, the trio has had a number of names, from the Feaver to The Narwhals. Now they’re taking a big step to help people remember the band: A full-length album.
Wallows, which is made up of “13 Reasons Why” star Dylan Minnette, fellow actor Braeden Lemasters and Cole Preston, have released singles independently, toured, and recorded an EP in 2018, but their debut studio album, called “Nothing Happens,” is out Friday.
They’re launching a tour through North America and parts of Europe beginning in April at the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival.
Alicia Rancilio, The Associated Press