Rock’n’roll was never meant to be socially acceptable. But in the era of Fake News, there are lot of fake bands out there, cheerfully plundering the subcultural cash cow but giving nothing of worth back in return. That’s why the world needs Lowlives. This is where rock’n’roll gets noisy, obnoxious and exciting again.
A scabrous but uplifting snapshot of a new band hitting their stride at full pelt, it’s an invigorating alternative to the modern era’s endless tsunami of cookie cutter, cut ‘n’ paste rock and metal. Most of all, it’s loud, gnarly, in-your-face and beautifully, brutally imperfect, just like the band’s soon-to-be-legendary live shows. As the EP’s furious title track insists, Lowlives fully intend to burn forever...