New Release: Lowly – In The Hearts

With their second album Hifalutin due for release next Friday, 12th April, Lowly have shared a new track from the LP entitled “In The Hearts”

Of the track the band say: “‘In The Hearts has become such an important song for us. In many ways it’s the essence of the approach in songwriting and production on Hifalutin; to let each song create its own life and trust its coherence with the other songs on the album. During the process of recording, it’s travelled from being a very low key sketch to a full–bodied epic song with complex rhythms before it took the form of a slow-moving, auto–tuned heartache-thriller. The autotune is much more a feeling than an effect and emphasises the emotional core of the song as the title “in the hearts” repeats over and over again, stuck between a cliché and something that connects us on a much deeper level. And asking if those exact two things are really much closer related than we would like to think? We brought the song on our US tour back in March and we gotta say: it’s become a real banger and one of our favourite live songs! The way it connected us with the audience was just overwhelming and we can’t wait to bring it on tour again this spring”

Take a listen below…

Lowly recently announced news of a number of European tour dates to follow the release of Hifalutin, including a headline show at the Moth Club in London. Dates here…

18th April – PARIS – 1999
19th April – GENT – Trefpunt
20th April – MELKWEG – Nordic Delights
3rd May – MANCHESTER – Gullivers
4th May – LEEDS – Live at Leeds
5th May – LIVERPOOL – Liverpool Sound City
6th May – BIRMINGHAM – Hare & Hounds
7th May – LONDON – Moth Club
8th May – BRISTOL – Hy Brasil

“If you stick to just what you know, your music, your art or whatever your situation is becomes stagnant”, say Denmark’s Lowly. “And we wouldn’t like to miss out on anything, just because we felt too comfortable”


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