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Lowell On Tour With Icona Pop

Lowell leaves Little Feat for new chapter

Lowell leaves Little Feat for new chapter

The big album of the week seems to be changing on us, morphing from Chris Brown to Lowell, whose synth pop new album We Loved her Dearly, should have, at the very least, the pop firmaments on fire. her band is (according to the Guardian): “Magne Furuholmen (keyboardist with Norway’s finest A-ha), Jonas Bjerre (singer/guitarist with Danish prog-poppers Mew) and Guy Berryman (bassist with Coldplay) and helmed by Swedish producer extraordinaire Martin Terefe.” So heavyweights all.

The influence appears to be Lykke Li but I prefer Lowell’s way with a hook, plus she is bloody minded enough and knows her way around a hook.

On tour with my beloved Icona Pop, Lowell won’t be playing New York (weird, right?) or Boston  but she will be in Philly and Chapel Hill so good for them. Here is the press release:

Lowell has released her critically acclaimed debut album today via Arts & Crafts to a great deal of anticipation. Writing openly about topics like sexual abuse, LGBTQ rights, rape, abortion, and women’s rights throughout the record, her refreshing approach is what stands her unique brand of sophisticated synth-infused pop apart from the rest.

In celebration of the long-awaited album release, Lowell has revealed a remix by the alter-ego of “I Love You Money” co-producer Adam King, IVIVI. Check out “I Love You Money” (IVIVI Remix) HERE and read more about the album + dance to her “Work Out Party Mix” featured on Entertainment Weekly. The We loved Her Dearly album stream premiered with NPR First Listen and is now available at Spotify.

Taking a cue from the rebellious, feminist-punk contemporaries that her messaging has often been compared to (Kathleen Hanna, Beth Ditto), Lowell’s brand of pop conveys the urgency of her subject matter, but her melodies keep songs accessible, optimistic and fun. Lowell’s charmingly earnest yet raucous live show commands audiences to their feet. She will hit the road once again with Icona Pop and Generationals + one-offs with Dum Dum Girls and Monarchy this fall to support the release of We Loved Her Dearly.

Lowell National Tour Dates:

# = w/ Icona Pop
^ = w/ Generationals
+ = w/ Dum Dum Girls
* = w/ Monarchy

9/16: Vancouver, BC @ Fortune Sound Club
9/17: Portland, OR @ Bunk Bar
9/19: San Francisco, CA @ The Rickshaw Stop *
9/21: San Diego, CA @ Soda Bar
9/22: Los Angeles, CA @ Bootleg Theatre
10/15: Columbus, SC @ Colonial Life Arena (students only) #
10/17: Morgantown, WV @ Morgantown Event Center #
10/18: Ithaca, NY @ Barton Hall #
10/23: St. Louis, MO @ Chaifetz Arena #
10/25: Hattiesburg, MS @ University of Southern Mississippi #
10/28: Indiana, PA @ Ohio Room #
10/30: Bloomsburg, PA @ Nelson Fieldhouse #
11/1: Lewiston, ME @ Bates College #
11/16: Los Angeles, CA @ The Well +
(Red Bull Sound Select Presents: 30 Days in LA)
12/2: Chapel Hill, NC @ Local 506 ^
12/3: Philadelphia, PA @ Johnny Brenda’s ^
12/5: Toronto, ON @ The Garrison ^
12/6: Montreal, QC @ Il Motore ^
12/7: Allston, MA @ Great Scott ^
12/9: Columbus, OH @ The Basement ^
12/10: Asheville, NC @ The Mothlight ^

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