New Release: Lowly – Stephen

Lowly have shared their hypnotic new single ‘Stephen’, a song written on the day that Stephen Hawking died, that according to the band explores the “contemplation and sadness of what happens to the world when so many genius cells turn off and leave us”

Listen to ‘Stephen’ now, below…

Lowly have also recently announced news of a number of European tour dates to follow the release of their new record Hifalutin, including a headline show at the Moth Club in London…

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”

Hifalutin will be released 12th April via Bella Union

A band unafraid to reach beyond their comfort zone, Lowly thrive on the embrace of doubt and curiosity. An inquisitive spirit drives the quintet’s second album, which evolved from an open-ended process in large spaces, from lost factory halls to water towers. Released via Bella Union in April, Hifalutin brims with suggestive discoveries from its title onwards. Dictionary definitions include “pompous” and “larger than life”; the word is also antonymic with the word Lowly. However you take it, the result is the work of five people expressing themselves freely as a tight collective: focused, yet fertile with possibility