Friday, August 26, 2016

New Jersey-based alt-folk-rockers Lowlight announce debut LP, Where Do We Go From Here

Having made a name for themselves in the re-emerging local music scenes in New Jersey, alt-folk band Lowlight are now releasing their debut LP, Where Do We Go From Here, out today, August 26th, 2016. 

The initial spark for Lowlight came when Renee Maskin (lead vocals, guitar) and Colin Ryan (drums) came together to record for their now defunct group Seapost. Those sessions were engineered by Derril Sellers (guitar, background vocals) who then brought in his wife Dana Sellers (keyboards, background vocals) to write some new songs after those sessions. The rest, as they say, is history. With Rey Rivera (bass) in the mix, Lowlight built a recording studio in Dana and Derril’s house and began recording Where Do We Go From Here earlier this year. With the album complete, the band agreed to release it on BNS Sessions, distributed by Cargo Records in the UK. 

To celebrate the album drop, Lowlight will embark on their biggest tour to date including a support slot for Lucius. 


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