Good Day Noir Family,
I already reviewed The Lowtones in the past but they are back with a new cool Ep and I want to share my opinion about it.
This Ep from this talented band has the ability to raise the bar even more. These guys had already hit me the first time I listened to them but I must say they did a fantastic job with Front Row Empty.
The thing I like most about The Lowtones is that they were able to create their own unique style. They expertly blended elements of the past with more modern overtones and succeeded in creating this unique and intriguing sound.
The crepuscular and dark atmospheres can literally make you fly with your imagination and this music made me imagine being driving a convertible one rainy night. My tears merged with raindrops and my thoughts were clouded by alcohol.
This music speaks directly to your unconscious and manages to make you throw off the mask and finally be just yourself.
Front Row Empty is The Lowtones’ Ep Out Now!
Deep and Epic!
Quote: “Formed as a four-piece in Norwich February 2020. Jack and George are brothers and went to High School with Mav. George and Tim met playing football together. We have all played in groups together over the years, but mainly just for fun. Mav had been living in Brighton for the last five years, but moved back to Norfolk at the beginning of 2020 got in touch with Jack and George about starting playing music together again. George knew Tim and got him involved. Simple as that.
Towards the end of 2021 we decided to move to a 5-piece and put out an ad locally for a bass player and struck it lucky when the first person we got in touch with was Aaron who had recently moved up to Norwich from London”.