Manchester's The Boy And His Wolves Relive Childhood Glory with Debut Single 'Let The Good Times Roll'

New Manchester band The Boy And His Wolves have unleashed a wave of indie nostalgia with their debut single 'Let The Good Times Roll', a feel-good anthem that harks back to carefree childhood days.

Lead vocalist Howie described the track as "a song coming from a happy place," reminiscing about his youth with two close friends in Stockton-on-Tees. "It's basically me reminiscing about my youth away from Manchester," he explained. "The background to the carnival mentioned in the lyrics is a call to when my local pub back home would have a yearly carnival/fun fair, and winning prizes at the attractions and such."

The band, whose influences range from Arctic Monkeys to The Cribs, recorded and produced the EP themselves in their home studio. The result is a catchy, high-energy track with an indie rock sensibility that promises to get crowds singing and dancing.

The band's aim is simple; to create sing-a-long anthems that bring people together. "Anything we can do to get people to sing/dance together is our aim," they declared. And with 'Let The Good Times Roll', they seem well on their way to achieving just that.

With their infectious energy and nostalgic charm, The Boy And His Wolves are poised to become a staple of the UK music scene. And with their debut single already making waves, it seems the good times are just beginning to roll.

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