LOW-RES announces third album and releases second single “Give Me Something For The Soul”

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Swedish duo LOW-RES are no strangers to grim, almost decadent darkness. On “Give Me Something For The Soul”, the second single from their upcoming album “Happiness”, to be released on October 4, you can still hear their explosive mix of krautrock, indie rock, and psychedelia. But we also glimpse a new dimension as they take a step in two different directions.

Artist: LOW-RES
Single: Give Me Something For The Soul
Release date: 14th of June

Listen: https://found.ee/1MQ11
Bandcamp: https://low–res.bandcamp.com/track/give-me-something-for-the-soul-2

Pre-order upcoming album on vinyl: https://adrian-recordings.myshopify.com/products/low-res-happiness

On “Give Me Something For The Sou”l darker lyrics meet slightly brighter, clearer and almost uplifting melodies. It’s a delicate balance between two opposing poles, with the duo simultaneously singing about the complex reality of codependency and the experience of living with someone who abuses and refuses to see the truth of the situation.

“It depicts the feeling of being at rock bottom, of wanting to give up, and the realization that the only way out is to leave and move on.” say Patrick Alvarsson and Simon Appel, who make up the duo.

The single, which is their most hook-oriented song to date, follows the introspective song “Wish”, released in May, and is part of their upcoming third album, Happiness, which will be released on October 4.

LOW-RES has previously been picked up by BBC Radio 6 and praised by the likes of Swedish magazine GAFFA who described their debut album as “oceans of creativity pumping out of the speakers, with each song carrying its own story and sound.”. Just like the upcoming album, Give Me Something For The Soul was produced by the band and Daniel ”Fagge” Fagerström (Viagra Boys, Baba Stiltz, Kite) and will be released on June 14 by Adrian Recordings.

 

LOW-RES – Give Me Something For The Soul

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Swedish duo LOW-RES are no strangers to grim, almost decadent darkness. On “Give Me Something For The Soul”, the second single from their upcoming album “Happiness”, to be released on October 4, you can still hear their explosive mix of krautrock, indie rock, and psychedelia. But we also glimpse a new dimension as they take a step in two different directions.

Artist: LOW-RES
Single: Give Me Something For The Soul
Release date: 14th of June

Listen: https://found.ee/1MQ11
Bandcamp: https://low–res.bandcamp.com/track/give-me-something-for-the-soul-2

Pre-order upcoming album on vinyl: https://adrian-recordings.myshopify.com/products/low-res-happiness

On “Give Me Something For The Sou”l darker lyrics meet slightly brighter, clearer and almost uplifting melodies. It’s a delicate balance between two opposing poles, with the duo simultaneously singing about the complex reality of codependency and the experience of living with someone who abuses and refuses to see the truth of the situation.

“It depicts the feeling of being at rock bottom, of wanting to give up, and the realization that the only way out is to leave and move on.” say Patrick Alvarsson and Simon Appel, who make up the duo.

The single, which is their most hook-oriented song to date, follows the introspective song “Wish”, released in May, and is part of their upcoming third album, Happiness, which will be released on October 4.

LOW-RES has previously been picked up by BBC Radio 6 and praised by the likes of Swedish magazine GAFFA who described their debut album as “oceans of creativity pumping out of the speakers, with each song carrying its own story and sound.”. Just like the upcoming album, Give Me Something For The Soul was produced by the band and Daniel ”Fagge” Fagerström (Viagra Boys, Baba Stiltz, Kite) and will be released on June 14 by Adrian Recordings.

Debut EP out now: Remote Chance – Perpetual Peace

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Tor Rauden Källstigen, one half of the now decommissioned Grammy-nominated minimal exquisite neo tarnce project Boeoes Kaelstigen, now makes desolate instrumental electronic acid under the name Remote Chance. Debut EP “Perpetual Peace” is released June the 7th. Read more on “Debut EP out now: Remote Chance – Perpetual Peace” »

Remote Chance – Perpetual Peace

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ior’s self titled debut album tells a story…

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Few Swedish artists have such an uncompromising approach to their work. Whether it’s drawings or music, David Fridlund has an unfiltered tap straight from his inner self and his experiences, straight into the art. After a long break from David & the Citizens and Sweden, David is now back and debuts today with his new band ior. A self-titled album, where all the songs are directly channeled from his life in the USA and above all, the escape from Santa Fe to Gothenburg. Read more on “ior’s self titled debut album tells a story…” »

ior – ior

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LOW-RES releases first single – Wish – from upcoming third album

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Swedish duo LOW-RES are no strangers to grim, decadent darkness. From their dystopian debut album ”Varför” to the equally dark sequel ”Därför”, their explosive mix of krautrock, indie rock, and psychedelia has captivated audiences. Today it’s time again when they release “Wish”, the first single from a forthcoming third album. Read more on “LOW-RES releases first single – Wish – from upcoming third album” »

LOW-RES – Wish

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110 days later – Agitator releases new single – Taxi Driver

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We leaned against each other and looked out at the city. Right then we were the two loveliest people on earth. Read more on “110 days later – Agitator releases new single – Taxi Driver” »

Agitator – Taxi Driver

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