American indie folk singer songwriter Sean Rowe’s ‘What Are We Now?‘ was played on last night’s episode of The CW’s Walker — Walker, Season 3, Episode 4, “Wild Horses Couldn’t Drag Me Away“.
The guitar-driven track is from the indie singer’s 11-track sixth studio album The Darkness Dressed in Colored Lights, which came out in 2011 via Fluff and Gravy Records, and is one of several songs Rowe has had featured on hit series.
Including songs licensed for popular shows like Queen Sugar, The Accountant, Coyote, Parenthood, The Blacklist, Hawaii Five-O and Royal Pains.
Being an indie artist, Sean Rowe crowdfunds much of his music (currently via his Patreon account), with fan donations having helped him record several albums and singles.
Meanwhile, if you enjoy his quite raw sound, you will find more of Rowe’s music on Spotify, including his three EPs, five other albums and a slew of singles.
You can also learn more about the musician on his official website.
Listen to Sean Rowe’s ‘What Are We Now?‘ as heard on last night’s Walker on his The Darkness Dressed in Colored Lights album, and in the video.
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