Possessing a symbiotic relationship and hindered by their erratic ADHD outbursts, Essex newcomers LOWLIFE deter most music industry interest. While they’re barely able to look after themselves, nothing is going to get in the way of making themselves heard. Through sheer determination and a small amount of blackmail, the band today release their debut single ‘Wasteland’. Watch the official video HERE.
‘Wasteland’ represents the culmination of their extensive influences and DIY ethos. It’s an explosive blend of larger-than-life pop hooks, West Coast hip-hop, booming dub and Middle-Eastern flavoured melodies. Lyrically, it’s a post-apocalyptic road trip that simmers with charismatic rhymes and punky disillusionment.
As with everything they create, LOWLIFE wrote, produced and mixed ‘Wasteland’ entirely independently. Comprising  Liam HaygarthNathan MortimerHarry Todd and Jordan CardyLOWLIFE operate out of a dilapidated studio lock-up on a farm in Essex.
The project commenced at the height of the first wave of lockdown, with the four members collaborating via Zoom. Since reuniting in person, they’ve spent the majority of their time writing and recording together.
That self-determined DIY spirit informs all aspects of their creative process. They pool their skills to make the most of their scant resources, filming music videos, designing artwork and producing merch on a limited budget without compromising on the quality of their output. They’re now undeniably ready to deliver a new wave of unique music. 

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