FIRST SINGLE OFF NEW EP TO ARRIVE OCTOBER 4TH
HEADS BACK ON TOUR WITH LAUV THIS FALL
LISTEN TO “BOYS WILL BE BOYS” HERE: https://bulow.lnk.to/BWBBPR
About the new song b low comments, “Its ironic. A ‘f*ck you’ to old sayings that reinforce negative bullshit.”
“Boys Will Be Boys” was written by the JUNO Awad winning pop iconoclast and produced by Michael Wise [Ellie Goulding, James Blunt]. The latest single from the German-born singer , “Boys Will Be Boys,” follows the artist’s summer track “Get Stupid,” off Crystalline released earlier this year. Along with the upcoming new EP, b low is gearing up to head back on the road with LAUV this fall for a string of U.S dates, in addition to headlining select shows across the country. A full list of tour dates is below.
About b low
German-born and Toronto-based pop-iconoclast, b low, first burst onto the music scene with the release of EPs Damaged Vol. 1 & Damaged Vol. 2, each instantly resonating with critics and new fans alike. Damaged Vol. 1 included fan favorite and global hit “Not A Love Song” which earned praise as “beautifully crafted” (NME), “pop genius” (Noisey), and a “star in the making” (Pigeon & Planes). Damaged Vol. 2 included “You & Jennifer, “Honor Roll,” and buzzworthy “SAD AND BORED,” praised by PAPER as, “the perfect pop study in contrasts, and further confirms b low as an artist to watch with razor-sharp wit to boot.” As well as HillyDilly calling her “one of the brightest new talents in pop.” Since then, b low made a splash on the international festival circuit, appearing at both the Electric Picnic and Reading Leeds festivals in Europe, as well as Bonnaroo, Lollapalooza, Osheaga, and SXSW in North America. 2019 has been a busy year, with b low accepting her first JUNO Award for Breakthrough Artist of the Year, joining The Chainsmokers as a feature on “Do You Mean” with Ty Dolla Sign, peforming on The Today Show, and releasing her EP Crystalline. Although b low has only just begun her musical journey, her accomplishments stand tall as an impressive flag-bearer of things to come.