Lowell has today revealed her brand new single “Blow The Bass”, the second track to be released from the forthcoming EP titled Part 1: Paris YK. “Blow The Bass” is a hypnotic, electro-pop track described by NPR as a “Bubbly synth track that is ready-made for the dance floor.”
Earlier this year, Lowell released “High Enough” – the debut song from her upcoming Part 1: PARIS YK EP, which is set to be released on August 26 via Arts & Crafts.
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. 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.
The new EP looks back on a formative period of Lowell’s life, inspired by the grey-scale landscape of Canada’s Yukon, the far-northern territory where she spent time growing up. Reflecting the northern lights and tundra with synonymous sound, Lowell blends music and image, contrasting the stark Canadian North with her vibrant life as a musician.
Track listing for Part 1: PARIS YK
1. High Enough
2. Blow The Bass
3. West Coast Forever