British three-piece LOWLIFE have followed up their debut track, “WASTELAND,” which dropped late last year, with their second single, “Friends,” out now.
In comparison to their debut single, “Friends” feels like a more gnarly, confrontational track, as LOWLIFE paint a picture of their lives, home, and the characters that help to tell their story.
LOWLIFE’s Liam Haygarth chats more about the new single: “‘Friends’ was one of the first songs we wrote together during the first lockdown when the pandemic just started; we were sending across ideas/beats to each other over Zoom. Most of the track took shape within the first few days of making it, and then it was just a case of decluttering some bits, and really working on the groove. I think we rerecorded bass about three times before we were happy with how it sounded with the drums.”
The video was directed by the band and Thomas Davis (Easy Life, Alfie Templeman), with the bandmates gallivanting around a golf course rocking less-than-convincing mustaches.
Check the video out for the new single “Friends” below:
For more from LOWLIFE, find them on Spotify and Instagram. Photo courtesy of LOWLIFE.