Please take a minute to listen to “Water Story” which will be released on Wowser Bowser’s debut album in January 2012.
“Wowser Bowser is doing the best they can to come out with a bang, dropping an energetic near 6-minute dance single to promote their upcoming debut release with Adair Park Records. The trio consisting of George Pettis, Jake Thomson, and Joe Crabb are a young group of indie rockers taking us on a journey through the scope of an electropop lens with “Water Story”, the first track on their future album. Bowser demonstrate a promising skill on the song; the ability to change tempo and manipulate textures multiple times within one cohesive structure. The result is a crazy good build to the song’s climax, which can only be fully appreciated when listening to the whole thing from start to finish. It’s a great first impression for a band readying their debut.” – Audiosplash
“Although there’s something immediately accessible about the song’s billowing psych-pop core, it’s one of those tracks whose full impact doesn’t strike you until you’ve listened to it several times and all the layers begin to reveal themselves like so many curtains being drawn open. The production here is impressive — it’s lush and dreamy with warm organic textures nestled comfortably alongside abstract electronic flourishes. The group also wisely enlists the services of another local standout with Qurious vocalist Catherine Quesenberry lending an aura of spectral cool with her gorgeously breathy cadence. As local pop songs go, it’s as good as I’ve heard this year, and it’s an excellent introduction to a band that should make some bold leaps forward in 2012.” – Latest Disgrace