'I Find You' is the first song from Sara Lowes new EP to be released online. Fit for either a Twin Peaks style soundtrack or an old British 70s cop show groove, 'I Find You' bubbles with everything from the primordial soup of Technicolor pop, to acoustic folk, through jazz, and kaleidoscopic prog.
Since the release of 2011's debut LP Back To Creation, Manchester-via-the-North East musician and writer Lowes has found herself in hot demand. Blame The Earlies. Since touring with them at 21, having learned the piano from her mother and church organist grandmother at an early age, her musical path was mapped out working with the likes of Daniel Johnston, King Creosote and Jesca Hoop. The past 12 months have seen Lowes steeling moments to herself between trips to Sweden as a session player for Jens Lekman, not to mention touring as a permanent band member of Marina & The Diamond's live set up.
Garnering comparisons to the sass of Debbie Harry, the airy vocals of Alison Goldfrapp through Dexys style ludes and Beatles-esque brass, this somewhat belated E.P. only reinforces Lowes' skill for fusing classic influences through thoroughly modern composition. It's hardly kooky, rather unveiling itself as a whole other world of something far more interesting.
ALL FOR THE DREAM (WITH THE MEANS OF A WELL PLANNED GETAWAY) TRACKLISTING
Let's Start With An Instrumental
I Find You
Night After Night
On The Run
STREAM NEW SONG 'I FIND YOU' NOW
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