Lowlife Share Their Avatars’ Daily Routines In “Wasteland”

And it’s far better than real life

Photo: PR courtesy. Don’t try this at home

Hailing from Essex, Lowlife are newcomers comprised of Liam Haygarth, Nathan Mortimer, Harry Todd, and Jordan Cardy who songsmith together in some studio farm. But when they’re not making music, they’re engaging in dangerous endeavors risking their lives…virtually. Their debut single “Wasteland” gives a glimpse into their avatars’ routines which involve shooting, jumping, surviving, and everything you would imagine 007 doing during working hours. Melodically, “Wasteland” is a bold statement – an offbeat track that rolls with breakneck intensity as the guys bring the most unexpected elements – West Coast hip-hop, Middle Eastern-inspired rhythms, and mainstream pop. It’s a harmonious bomb:

Lowlife project was born during the first lockdown, which was spent by collaborating via Zoom. Now they’re working together incarnate and will be dropping more weird bangers.