Lowest of the Low Share Lyric Video for ‘Powerlines’

Veteran Toronto indie rockers Lowest of the Low have shared the lyric video for ‘Powerlines’ from fourth album Do the Right Now, out on September 8 via Pheromone Records.

“‘Powerlines’ is a song about my experiences writing the first Low album, Shakespeare My Butt. I had recently broken up with a long time partner and moved into a punk rock squat with some crazy characters I called friends. Every day I walked through the city with a notebook and drank in bars and went to galleries and shows and hung out in my little bohemian circle of anarchists, punks and poets. I became the protagonist in the movie of my life and the city was a cinematic sidekick and factored into the lyrics like a companion,” frontman Ron Hawkins said in a statement.

The vid is a collaboration with photographer Tom Ryaboi, a pioneer in the art of roof topping. The video reflects Hawkins’ changing relationship with his hometown of Toronto over the years.

Catch Lowest of the Low on the following dates;

July 14 – Guelph, ON – Hillside Festival
July 15 – Ottawa, ON – Hope volleyball Summerfest
Sept. 09 – Toronto, ON – The Danforth Music Hall
Sept.16 –  Prince Edward County, ON – Sandbanks Music Festival
Oct. 01 – Sydney, NS –  Mary Winspear Centre,
Oct. 05-06 – Vancouver, BC –  The Commodore Ballroom (w/ 54-40)
Oct. 28 – Hamilton, ON – Collective Arts Brewery @ Guitars Strings And Kidney Things
Lowest Of The Low - Do The Right Now - Digital Cover
  1. Powerlines
  2. Gerona Train
  3. Do The Right Now
  4. Saint Spurious
  5. Minuteman
  6. The Hard Way
  7. Something To Believe In
  8. Don’t Let it Lay You Low
  9. Sister Jude
  10. Infinite
  11. Immortal
  12. California Gothic

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