Lower Than Atlantis

Lower Than Atlantis - Words Don't Come So Easily


British rock band Lower Than Atlantis released their self-titled fourth studio album on 6th October 2014. Now, the band have followed up that release with a music video for their fifth track, 'Words Don't Come So Easily'.

Picture - Dec Hart - Shots of... Tunbridge Wells United Kingdom, Monday 16th February 2015

Dec Hart - Shots of the British Alt rock band Lower Than Atlantis as the gave a live performance in concert at the Tunbridge Wells Forum in Tunbridge Wells, United Kingdom - Monday 16th February 2015

Lower Than Atlantis and Ben Sansom
Lower Than Atlantis and Ben Sansom
Lower Than Atlantis and Dec Hart
Lower Than Atlantis and Ben Sansom
Lower Than Atlantis and Mike Duce

Lower Than Atlantis - Criminal


With the release of Lower Than Atlantis' self-titled fourth studio album on 16th June, 2014, the band have now released the audio for the albums fourth track, 'Criminal'. The album featured three singles: 'Here We Go', 'English Kids in America' and 'Emily.

Lower Than Atlantis - Documentary


With the upcoming release of their October 2014 self-titled fourth studio album, Lower Than Atlantis have released a documentary about playing at Reading and Leeds festivals, as well as their humble start playing in clubs.

Picture - Mike Duce, Ben Sansom and... London United Kingdom, Thursday 31st July 2014

Mike Duce, Ben Sansom and Eddy Thrower - Alternative rock band, Lower Than Atlantis perform live on stage to a packed house at Dingwalls - London, United Kingdom - Thursday 31st July 2014

Lower Than Atlantis, Dec Hart and Eddy Thrower
Lower Than Atlantis, Mike Duce and Eddy Thrower
Lower Than Atlantis and Eddy Thrower
Lower Than Atlantis and Mike Duce
Lower Than Atlantis and Mike Duce

Lower Than Atlantis - Here We Go


Lower Than Atlantis perform their latest track 'Here We Go' live at the Shacklewell Arms in London, ahead of the forthcoming release of their self-titled fourth studio album which is out on Septemeber 29th 2014.

Continue: Lower Than Atlantis - Here We Go

Lower Than Atlantis - Deadliest Catch Live Video


Hertfordshire rock band Lower Than Atlantis perform their 2011 single 'Deadliest Catch' at an intimate show in Nottingham. The track is taken from their second album 'World Record' released in the same year on A Wolf at Your Door Records.

In the footage from the gig, the singer can be heard thanking the crowd for being 'f***ing quality' and announcing the track as their last song of the night. The band appear to be playing without a stage, level with their bustling fans who are clearly having an immense time rocking out to the punk-vibe beats. At one point, the singer allows a couple of excited members of the audience to sing along into microphone and ends the set by crowd surfing around the room while trying, initially, to continue strumming on his guitar. The song is headbang-worthy mix of raw vocals, melodic guitar riffs and an invasive bassline.

Lower Than Atlantis performed the show as part of the 2013 Dr. Martens #StandForSomething Tour and frontman Mike Duce didn't hesitate about what he stood for. 'Be yourself', he said. 'I'd rather have people hate me for who I am, instead of pretending to be someone else. I always say on stage that if four normal idiots that came from nothing can do what we're doing, then anyone can do it.'

Picture - Mike Duce and Lower Than... London United Kingdom, Saturday 29th June 2013

Mike Duce and Lower Than Atlantis - Hard Rock Calling - Day 1 - Performances at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park - London, United Kingdom - Saturday 29th June 2013

Lower Than Atlantis and Ben Sansom
Mike Duce and Lower Than Atlantis
Lower Than Atlantis and Ben Sansom
Mike Duce and Lower Than Atlantis
Mike Duce and Lower Than Atlantis

Lower Than Atlantis - Changing Tune Album Review


October 2012 and Watford's Lower Than Atlantis are a very different proposition to the days before the release of their first EP three days before Christmas 2008. The four years that have passed has seen the band develop far beyond their post-hardcore beginnings. Changing Tune is the product of their development, a step away from their previous efforts and a foray into new territory.

Lower Than Atlantis - Changing Tune Album Review

Uplifting and soaring, the album's three-minute prologue track sounds huge; starting with an acoustic guitar passage before exploding into possibly the best song the Foo Fighters have never written. First track proper Love Someone Else, released as a single this summer, typifies the album. Catchy and pop driven, this is the first of many small-time tales geared for the biggest of stages.

The riff to Move Along is cheekily reminiscent of Bowling For Soup's mega-hit 1985, before it settles into a familiar pattern. Dealing lyrically with the band's enviable rise to success and the views of those on the outside, this is not an album of 'me against the world' sentiments; instead, a tongue in cheek commentary on the life of front man Mike Duce and the rest of the band. In contrast, the musical interlude in Go on Strike is excellent - two guitars trading parts effortlessly before segueing comfortably back into another chorus.

Continue reading: Lower Than Atlantis - Changing Tune Album Review

Lower Than Atlantis - Love Someone Else


Newly signed to Island Records, Lower Than Atlantis have unleashed their third album, appropriately titled 'Changing Tune', on October 1st 2012. Their first single, 'Love Someone Else', has been put to film in a highly amusing, light-hearted music video set in a stereotypical diner. The London rockers are currently in the middle of their UK headline tour.

Lower Than Atlantis, World Record Album Review


World Record, the second full length album from Hertfordshire based rockers Lower than Atlantis makes a bold statement. Lower Than Atlantis are back on the scene, and they intend to tear it up, in a big way. It's melodic, energetic, musical and full of potential, but is it any good?

Continue reading: Lower Than Atlantis, World Record Album Review

Lower Than Atlantis

Lower Than Atlantis Quick Links

News Pictures Video Music Press Festival RSS