Hot off the heels of their performance at The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, Los Angeles rock trio Wallows stopped by the Paste Studio in New York City in February to promote their debut LP, Nothing Matters, which arrived March 22 via Atlantic Records. They played stripped-down versions of four songs, opening with "These Days" from their 2018 EP Spring. Then, they broke into the album track "Scrawny," which is the first time it's been performed live. The members of the band later discussed their love of Led Zeppelin, The Rolling Stones and The Beatles, working with producer John Congleton (St. Vincent, Alvvays) on their new album ("John loves fucked up shit!") and balancing music with acting. Both Dylan Minnette and Braeden Lemasters have played high-profile TV and movie roles (Minnette most notably on 13 Reasons Why and Lemasters on Men of a Certain Age). The band closed with a bubbly rendition of "Drunk on Halloween" and a spunky performance of the lead single "Are You Bored Yet?" (which features Clairo on the studio version).