Review on Remote EP by Wallows

Remote EP Cover

“Remote EP Cover”

Jessie Schwitters, Staff Writer

Wallows, an american indie/alternative boy band (Dylan Minnette, Braeden Lemasters and, Cole Preston), put out their newest EP called “Remote” on October 23, 2020.


I love all of Wallows’ music and every new song and album, EP never fails to disappoint me. I most definitely recommend this band to people who like indie music or want to try out more alternative rock music. Here’s my review on each song in this EP and then my review of the whole EP itself. I’ve also attached a youtube link to each of the songs, but you can always look up “Wallows” on Spotify, Apple music, Pandora, I-heart radio, and Deezer. 


There are 6 tracks on Remote:


  • Virtual Aerobics 


Review: This song was put out first before the EP was released, and to say the least I had this song on replay until they released Nobody Gets Me (Like You) which was also released right before the full Remote ep was out.




  • Dig What you Dug


Review: This song was something new that the band had put out that I hadn’t heard before. Definitely no complaints though, I could constantly listen to this song on repeat and not be annoyed.


  • Nobody Gets Me (Like you)


Review: Like I said this song was released a couple days after Virtual Aerobics and I couldn’t stop pressing the rewind button on my Spotify, I listened to it at least sixty times before Remote was released later that month.




  •  Coastlines


             Review: Coastlines is a song I could listen to in whatever mood I’m in and instantly be happy. The chorus is very catchy and the beat just makes me want to get up and dance around. If someone was going to try out this EP for themselves I would start with this song then Talk like That.




  • Talk like That


Review: Talk like That is literally my favorite song on this whole EP. I’m constantly listening to it because I’m obsessed with it. It’s on every single one of my playlists. Most definitely recommend it if you want to get into Wallows music.




  •  Wish me luck


             Review: Wish me Luck is also one of my favorite songs. It’s more of a pop song on the EP so your more into pop indie/alternative music this song might also make you interested in wallows. 




In total I repeat this EP constantly to the point it’s on my Heavy Rotation on Spotify. I also recommend this band to people who like artists like Clario, Tame Impala and Rex orange County.