Announcing the full release of our album Thomasson Bomb!
Our album ThomassonBomb is everywhere you stream your tunes! Hello world!13 Howell on Bandcamp!
Music video update
13 Howell has a music video for Spider in the Bathtub and March of the Hares from our release "Thomasson Bomb"! For Spider in the Bathtub, Deacon Warner, an Independent Documentary Filmmaker and Youth Media Educator, has created a zany monster for this groovy song! March of the Hares is a soaring journey from the dreamy minds of Dreamscribe Sonica! See them both on our You Tube Channel!Spider in the Bathtub Video March of the Hares Video
social media Addition
Very recently, we joined TikTok and will be viral any moment now. Find us on the socials with the exceptions of twit land. We’re not twits. In addition, find us on YouTube, Instagram, and Spotify, and Bandcamp!@13howellmn on TikTok
Join us to celebrate the release of our album ThomassonBomb! With Rich Mattson & the Northstars and Dave Rave & the Governors at the Hook and Ladder Theater and Lounge in Minneapolis!
Joining our friends fxrmnk, Tang & the Tabs, and The 99ers, at Mortimer's for a night of music!
Join us for a screening and discussion of our music video 'Spider in the Bathtub' by Deacon Warner! Discussion with the director and band, Q&A, Screening, and a performance. At The White Bear Center for the Arts!
13 Howell is an original four-piece rock band from Minneapolis-St. Paul. Formed in the winter of 2018 by Deidre Caron (RuDeGiRL, Spy Vacation), Neil Johnston (Tim Malloys), Scott Schwister (Tim Malloys, Goodbye Sun) and Chris Gerrard (Spy Vacation), 13 Howell borrows sometimes shamelessly, sometimes subconsciously from a wide variety of genres and random influences, making music which is often loud, intense and psychedelic, and occasionally soft and sweet or just ridiculous; songs of honey, bathtub spiders, warring hares and the cold surface of the moon.Deidre Caron | Lead guitar, vocals Chris Gerrard | Guitar, vocals Neil Johnston | Bass, vocals Scott Schwister | Drums “13 Howell! Dark, shimmery rock, psych--to me it has R.E.M and Pink Floyd elements with undercurrents of Led Zeppelin at times, Joy Division others…Tough to imagine? Come see them!” --Cyn Collins, host of KFAI radio's "Spin with Cyn" and author of Complicated Fun: The Birth of Minneapolis Punk and Indie Rock, 1974-1984 --- An Oral History..