On this new 7" you'll find two songs that Copenhagen based rock band LOWER chose to dig up from the past. These two songs flirt with a bigger sound than what you'd find on the Walk On Heads EP. Both of the songs were featured on the long gone demo tape. Here they are, re-recorded in Copenhagen's southend with Nis Bysted in 2012 the songs are finally revealed for a wider audience. Packaged with die-cut covers and full-color inner sleeves.
"When the Copenhagen four-piece Lower surfaced with its debut Walk on Heads EP earlier this year, its dark-hued pallet seemed intentional and impressively realized: a honed but unhinged mix of no wave and hardcore foregrounding singer Adrian Toubro's dense poetry. But as drummer Anton Rothstein told me this summer, "We had no intentions of playing a defined genre," naming touchstones like Scott Walker's slow, bleak surrealism and the militaristic noise of rock avant-gardists Venom P. Stinger. From the eery shine of its opening gong taps, the desperate, raw-sung paranoia of "Someone's Got It In For Me/But There Has to Be More" finds Lower continuing to stretch; with wider-screen emotional delusion, Toubro sings tensely to the sky as if after a nightmare, one brutal to the heart, not the head."—Jenn Pelly (Pitchfork)