Lowell ‘Part 1: Paris YK’ EP Out Now via Arts & Crafts + Dream-Pop Track “West Coast Forever”


Part 1: Paris YK EP Available Now via Arts & Crafts

Heat Up The Last Daze Of Summer With Dream-Pop Track
West Coast Forever” Revealed via Galore Magazine

“Lowell is no ordinary pop chanteuse”The New York Times

“Lowell is outstanding” – NPR

“irresistible pop hooks” – Rolling Stone

“ …manages to mesh joyous bubblegum pop with a punk grit” – Pigeons & Planes

“proves there’s still fun to be had with pop music right now.” – GQ Magazine

“Dream-pop sensation”SPIN

” …carries on Le Tigre’s legacy of mixing activism and dancefloor-friendly
beats.” Entertainment Weekly

“It’s like Grimes having a dance off with Lykke Li. In a disco ball. After one too
many Capri Suns.”VICE’s Noisey

Photo Credit: Meghan McCabe

On the heels of her punchy-pop debut album We Loved Her Dearly, Lowell has released the new Part 1: PARIS YK EP via Arts & Crafts. Earning accolades from NPR All Songs Considered, Stereogum, Pigeons & Planes and SPIN, the EP highlights Lowell’s patent sonic detail, blending cinematic atmosphere with an intoxicating beat. Lowell’s ethereal vocals and hip-hop percussion on “West Coast Forever” draw listeners in as they embrace the final rays of summer. The final track of the 3-song collection, “West Coast Forever” premiered with Galore Magazine.

Listen To ‘West Coast Forever’:

Equal parts art-punk brat and sex-positive icon, Lowell’s music confronts LGBTQ issues and women’s rights with unbridled courage and the exultance of dance-floor dream-pop. Harnessing the freedom to be more vulnerable during her creative process gave birth to Lowell’s most sincere output to date, playing with the universal questions of joy-seeking and perceived confidence as well as the concept of being liberated from man-made rules & realities. The Part 1: PARIS YK EP features production by Grammy and Juno Award-nominated Zale Epstein (Kendrick Lamar, Schoolboy Q), Davey Badiuk (Dragonette, Tegan and Sara), and Lowell herself.

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