Free LOWB show in Brighton - Fri 17 May

For all of you living near Brighton, UK, I have great news. The live band show for LOWB at The Mesmerist on Fri 17th May is now FREE entry, yes FREE!

Initially a ‘closed show’, part of The Great Escape Festival, the organisers have kindly agreed to our request to open it out to fans (thanks guys!). It’ll be our 2nd show ever and we’ll be experimenting with songs and sounds from the new album in an intimate venue (small pub). We’re on stage at 8.30pm so come along to enjoy a night of great music. The brilliant Ramona Flowers are also playing. Who said nothing good ever comes free :-) See you there!?

Andy.x

P.S. Apologies to fans outside the UK - we wish you could join us too!

Lowb live in session with Dermot O’Leary

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Andy appeared live on Radio 2 last weekend in session with Dermot O’Leary. The band performed ‘Inward Outburst’ the lead track taken from LOWB’s forthcoming debut solo album plus a cover of Portishead’s ‘Glory Box’

If you missed it you can listen back on the BBC iPlayer here

Debut Album Announcement

Hi everyone. Excited to announce that my debut solo album as LOWB, ‘Leap and The Net Will Appear,’ is released by Distiller Records on 3 June 2013!

The lead track ‘Inward Outburst’ features the amazing Carrie Tree on vocals. Check it out and keep on eye on my LOWB Facebook page for more news.



 

LOWB is the solo project from Andy Barlow of Lamb. For over a decade, as a member of Lamb, Andy has helped cultivate one of the richest and most innovative sounds in contemporary music. The LOWB album 'Leap and the Net Will Appear', released on 3rd June 2013, is Andy's debut solo album. “The album has a lot of warmth and musicality, and the level of texture is way more than I’ve ever done,” Andy confesses. “There’s a particular sense of detail that I don’t think I would have had the patience to do before. This record is all about light, beauty and musicality. I think the next one is going to be dark and sexy and more dance floor friendly.”

When asked by Andy to provide a genre for the album, a friend simply replied, “it’s like the soundtrack to a dream.”