Lowlives release video for ‘Burn Forever’ and reveal EP details

Despite only being a band for little over a year, LOWLIVES have already amassed an impressive set of achievements, including passing 45,000 streams of ‘Burn Forever’ on Spotify, performing a Maida Vale session on the BBC Radio 1 Rock Show, selling out their first ever London headline show at The Black Heart and being booked to play this year’s Reading and Leeds Festivals.

The Alt rock newcomers (formed of ex members of The Defiled, Amen, No Devotion and The Ataris) have revealed a new music video for ‘Burn Forever’, along with the announcement of their debut EP of the same name which is set for release on 31st August 2018.

Drummer Luke Johnson comments:

“I’m so proud that the first official release for LOWLIVES is a 12” vinyl. We have done it all completely DIY. The artwork direction, the pressing and the label. We felt like we needed to get something physical in to the hands of our supporters. It’s a super limited run of 1000 so it should be a nice collectible too.”

Frontman Lee Villain is equally enthused:

“My dad took me to Reading every year when I was a kid so it’s always been the number one festival on my list. When I was in school our teacher made us write a CV to look for jobs and in the bottom section we were told to write our life goals and aspirations. Most of my class wrote things like ‘I wanna teach, become a plumber, be a lawyer, learn a language’ etc but mine was to play Reading Festival. It was all I ever wanted so I’m stoked to finally be playing it.”

“Burn Forever” is available at the following outlets:

http://smarturl.it/LowLivesStore

http://smarturl.it/LowLivesAmazonUK

http://smarturl.it/LowLivesSpotify

http://smarturl.it/LowLivesAppleMusic

LOWLIVES full tour dates are as follows:

LOWLIVES Headline
Aug 21: Newcastle Think Tank
Aug 22: Glasgow The Garage Attic

LOWLIVES Reading & Leeds Festival (The Pit Stage curated by Daniel P. Carter)
Aug 24: Leeds Festival
Aug 26: Reading Festival

LOWLIVES supporting THE USED:
Aug 27: Bristol O2 Academy
Aug 28: Nottingham Rock City
Aug 30: Manchester O2 Ritz
Aug 31: London O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire

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