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LADY LOW wash away their blues with their video for Rainy Day


Los Angeles, CA) – March 24, 2015

The MuseBox today announced the digital release of Rainy Day, the new record from Hollywood’s favorite romance rockers, Lady Low. Described as “where strings and heartstrings collide,” “Rainy Day” is one side of a double A-side record, with the other single being a cover of Buzzcocks' "You Say You Don't Love Me."
Lady Low is a rock quintet comprised of Jimmy Sweet (vocals, guitar), Rachel Maxann (vocals, synth, bass), Eden Lee (vocals, drums), Kaitlin Wolfberg (violin) and Hannah Blumenfeld (violin). Sweet had always wanted to start a band that combined love’s passion and old school rock and roll. After returning to L.A. by way of London, he formed Lady Low. Maxann found her way to the City of Angels after growing restless in the Big Easy. She brought aboard her old friend Lee, and after enlisting the help of local string talents Wolfberg and Blumenfield, the world’s first romance rock group was born. 


Lady Low is not the first musical expedition for these romance rock pioneers. Jimmy has been rocking for years, starting out with legendary San Francisco rock band, The Richmond Sluts. He still performs with the Goodtime Boys, a ‘70s cover band, along with members of Hot Hot Heat, Fleet Foxes, The Heavy, and Beachwood Sparks.
The romance side of Lady Low’s signature sound comes from the strings, for which Wolfberg and Blumenfeld are responsible. The string arrangements are written by Wolfberg, who also plays violin, viola, and keyboard. She has worked with indie legends The Bats and The DB’s, and has played with heavy hitters such as Dweezil Zappa and Ruthann Friedman.
Blumenfeld is also an established cellist and bassist. She recorded strings with famed producer Adrian Younge on albums by legends such as The Delfonics, Ghostface Killah, and Souls of Mischief. Blumenfeld is part of other local acts such as Exorcisms, White Murder, and Jail Weddings.
Buzzcocks are an English punk rock band, formed in Bolton in 1976 by singer-songwriter and guitarist Pete Shelley and singer-songwriter Howard Devoto. They are regarded as an important influence on the Manchester music scene, punk rock, power pop, and indie rock. Buzzcocks achieved commercial success with singles that fused pop craftsmanship with the rapid-fire punk energy of bands such as The Sex Pistols.


For more information on Lady Low, visit the band’s social media: INSTAGRAM | FACEBOOK | SOUNDCLOUD
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