Fresh from supporting the likes of APRE and Only The Poets.
Listing influences as diverse as Arctic Monkeys to Blondie, The 1975 to U2(!!), Lower Loveday have taken a unique approach to their indie-pop slices of perfection.
Each track they release has that level of infectiousness that most bands would dream of, and they’re clearly going from strength to strength both on record and in the live circuits. With solid support slots for the likes of buzzworthy Airways, APRE & Only The Poets under their belts.
‘I’d Do Anything’ is reflects on a painful breakup, coming complete with high-energy synths and a driving beat that pushes the track forward. A step away from their rockier sensibilities and into the more contemporary end of their versatile repertoire.