Low Girl - Singles V1 - Marine Blue Vinyl (Blue) [Colored Vinyl] (Uk) | RECORD STORE DAY
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Singles V1 - Marine Blue Vinyl (Blue) [Colored Vinyl] (Uk)
Artist: Low Girl
Format: Vinyl

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Label: IMPORTS
Rel. Date: 02/02/2024
UPC: 5070002851905

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Singles V1 is a 6 track, 12-inch beautiful marine blue coloured vinyl EP. It is also the first physical release by Low Girl. As the title suggests the EP is a collection of the band's singles up to the end of 2023 which features Big Now, So Cool, Blessing, Bored, Uh-Oh and Pockets. If you haven't yet heard of Low Girl, be in no doubt, you will do soon. The band are a four-piece fronted by singer songwriter Sarah Cosgrove with band mates Toby Morgan, Tom Cosgrove and Bradley Taylor and it is clear to see that their popularity has been steadily growing since the release of their first single Big Now in 2021. The band have featured on the BBC Introducing Stage at the Reading Festival and played at the Texas SXSW Festival at the invite of The British Music Embassy in 2022. They have also regularly toured and provided support for acts such as October Drift, Pale Blue Eyes, The Murder Capital, Dream Wife and most recently Dekker. Low Girl's indie pop, lo/fi sound, attributable to it's vulnerable lyrics, synth licks and guitar driven riffs, has attracted admirers and radio airplay on BBC Radio 1, Radio X and particularly at BBC Radio 6 music, who have play listed a number of the band's singles. Indeed, their single 'So Cool' was one of BBC Radio 1 Introducing's singles of the week in April 2022 and 'Bored', was featured on the Late in the Day program's International Women's Day 2023 edition alongside Arlo Parks, Bjork, Sade, Nina Simone and other premier female artists. Sarah Cosgrove has also joined the panellists on one of August's editions of Steve Lamacq's round table together with Felix White and Deadletter's Zac.