"Low" taken from Low Dose's self-titled debut album coming March 29th on Brutal Panda / Knife Hits Records!
Built from the ashes of a marriage gone sour, Philadelphia's LOW DOSE formed as an exercise in catharsis. Featuring the final lineup of cult noise-rock workhorses Fight Amp with the addition of vocalist Itarya Rosenberg of the late Legendary Divorce, LOW DOSE play heavy, grunge-tinged punk that is as visceral as it is infectious. Across their 35 minute, self-titled debut LP, the quartet bleed out ten emotionally fierce tracks, which deliver a loud/quiet/loud canvas for Rosenberg’s lyrics to lay bare the heartbreak and raw nerves of a broken relationship amidst rumbling bass, screeching guitar tones and dynamic drums that together signal the end of the world. LOW DOSE will surely hit all the right notes for those who enjoy the more melodic side of noise rock —especially fans of Metz, Slint and early PJ Harvey.
It's like the world is hard enough But you don't feel what I can It's like you keep up just for show And you can't see who I am It's not enough, I know It's not enough, I know It's like you're living there It's like you don't care You say the world keeps shaking you down But you don't know what's low It's like the world is hard enough But then you dream where I can't I try to lean into your slopes Where you don't fear what I can It's not enough, I know It's not enough, I know It's like you're living there The place you thought was low but you will never I try to lean into your slopes It's not enough, I know It's not enough, I know