Lowerline

Heavy Waters

Hailing from New Orleans, LA, Lowerline became titled “The Hardest Working Band in New Orleans” by their peers. If it  was a show, they’d play it. They didn’t care. They came in 2nd for Sammy Hagar’s Cabo Wabo Band

Contest in 2003. The band showed a lot promise and was vastly creating a fan base outside of New Orleans. In 2004, they released the full length album “The Clearer I See” and began making headway in new markets in Arkansas,

Mississippi, Texas and Alabama. They were even on a rolling selection of local bands picked by the House of Blues to provide support to National Touring acts.

And then tragedy struck. Her name was Katrina. (Hurricane) Katrina put everything to a grinding halt. Nolan will never forget the phone he received from Drummer Jimmy Adams just days following the storm’s landfall and the Lake Pontchartrain Levy breach. “Dude, it’s over. Lowerline is done! Matt (Mysing) just saw CNN trolling down his street in a boat where they were touching the street sign.”  More than six fee of water had gotten into Matt’s apartment. And this was the end of Lowerline. For now…

Through the years, this tight knit group of friends stayed in touch as their lives veered in different paths. In 2015, and surprisingly with new music, Lowerline came out of the shadows for a 10 year Anniversary of Hurricane Katrina at the Twist of Lime of Metairie, LA. Along with other local New Orleans bands who had met the same fate after the storm. After 15 years, Lowerline decided to go into studio. A new bass player in tow, new music in tow and a thirst for the stage show, Lowerline is prepped to swing for the fences with its 3rd official studio release. This time, with a 4 song EP. The “Heavy Waters” EP is set to release in the Spring of 2021.Recorded with Ryan Toussel at 13 Studios and  Produced by Damien Starkey (Puddle of Mudd, Burn Season) at Red Attic Studios in Jacksonville, FL. Lowerline just signed a Worldwide deal with RFL Records as of March 05, 2021.

“Heavy Waters” the lead off single and title track releases May 7, 2021. Impacting radio June 1, 2021. The EP releases June 25,2021.

**NUMBER ONE MOST ADDED TRACK ON BILLBOARD MRI week of June 7

**NUMBER THREE GREATEST GAINER WEEK OF June 14 (#48 on US Mainstream Rock Charts)


Lowerline a créé une grande base de fans dans leur ville natale de la Nouvelle-Orléans, aux États-Unis, et fait maintenant des vagues en dehors de la Nouvelle-Orléans. En 2004, ils sortent un album intitulé “The Clearer I See” et commencent à se constituer un public en Arkansas, au Mississippi, au Texas et en Alabama. Ils figuraient sur une liste de groupes locaux choisis par la House of Blues pour soutenir les tournées nationales.

mais la tragédie est arrivée. L’ouragan Katrina a tout suspendu. Au fil des ans, ce groupe d’amis est resté en contact alors que leur vie prenait des chemins différents. En 2015, Lowerline s’est remis ensemble. Après 15 ans, Lowerline décide d’entrer en studio. Cette fois, avec un album de 4 chansons. L’album “Heavy Waters” a été enregistré avec Ryan Toussel aux 13 Studios et produit par Damien Starkey (Puddle of Mudd, Burn Season) aux Red Attic Studios à Jacksonville, FL. Lowerline vient de signer un accord mondial avec RFL Records le 5 mars 2021.

“Heavy Waters”, le premier single à venir à la radio le 1er juin 2021. L’album complet devrait sortir le 25 juin 2021.

 

CHANSON NUMÉRO UN LA PLUS AJOUTÉE SUR BILLBOARD IRM semaine du 7 juin

NUMÉRO TROIS PLUS GRANDE SEMAINE ” GAINER ” DU 14 juin (# 48 sur les charts rock américains)