Overnight Lows

Overnight Lows

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Biography

Taking something classic and making it their own, Los Angeles based OVERNIGHT LOWS expands upon the concept of rock n’ roll on disc, on stage, and on air. A band in the making for nearly five years, OVERNIGHT LOWS has now hit their stride with a killer lineup and a sound that is all their own.

Founded by singer Jules and guitarist/producer Joz, the duo seemed an unlikely pair at the start. Their backgrounds were as diverse as their musical influences; Joz growing up in Mexico and favoring the sounds of bands such as Blur, Queen, and Zeppelin, and Jules, an L.A. native, with a style as spirited as her love of early Motown. Add a rhythm section to the equation with Jeff on drums and Moses on bass, let the old blend with the new, and OVERNIGHT LOWS is poised to make their mark.

With a magnetic stage presence and a variety of well-crafted catchy pop songs under their belt, OVERNIGHT LOWS has played gigs at some of the most marquee venues in Southern California, including THE VIPER ROOM, THE TROUBADOUR, CLUB MOSCOW, THE KEY CLUB, and concluded a September residency at SAFARI SAMS in Hollywood. They have shared the stage with the likes of UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF GIANTS, THE VACATION, COLD WAR KIDS, YOUNG LOVE, METAL SKOOL, THE MUFFS, and MATT COSTA. Their self-produced, self-titled debut album, released April 2006, can be heard in rotation on INDIE 103.1 fm and KXLU 88.9 fm (in Los Angeles/Orange County), as well as 94.9 fm in San Diego. OVERNIGHT LOWS has also received song placements in the film Pulse, written by Wes Craven, and a show called The Block on Nick, Jr.

Discography

OVERNIGHT LOWS - Self-Titled album