Low Hum is excited to share “All I Know,” the latest single from the forthcoming sophomore album Nonfiction, due out Fall 2021 on Last Gang Records. The song comes with a new music video directed by Taylor Brown & Brad Scott. “‘All I Know,’ explains Collin Desha, the Hawaiian-born, Los Angeles-based musician behind Low Hum, “explores unconditional love and how sometimes the things you love can be the most difficult landscape to navigate.” The song was also the first track recorded with the album’s co-producer Jon Joseph, and served to establish the tonal direction for the whole recording process for the album. Low Hum will play “All I Know” and more on May 20th for a special “Low Hum Live At Sunset Sound” livestream show (watch the trailer here) via Veeps. Tickets available now at lowhum.veeps.com.
Watch the music video for “All I Know” on YouTube
Stream “All I Know” https://ffm.to/all-i-know
Nonfiction is the follow up to Low Hum’s 2019 debut album Room To Breathe, which garnered recognition from NPR Music, KCRW, Relix and Clash Magazine while drawing comparisons to the stylings of Tame Impala and beloved UK group The Beta Band. The new single “All I Know” comes on the heels of Nonfiction’s lead single “Escape,” which found itself on New Music Friday lists from NPR Music, SPIN, and featured on Spotify’s “Modern Psychedelia” while being praised by Buzzbands.LA as “a playfully woozy yet decidedly immersive psych-rock jam.”
Watch the Bianca Poletti directed music video for “Escape” on YouTube
Low Hum have found a global audience on YouTube and Spotify, with 10s of millions of organic streams among music fanatics on message boards and social media. A phenomenon that caught Desha off guard as his YouTube subscribers and streams increased exponentially in the months that followed Room To Breathe’s release. “I first started to see videos that transcribed a few of my songs in Spanish and I was humbled by it,” says Desha. “Eventually it started to reach India, South Korea, Australia, Brazil… I was so impressed by the positivity in the comment section between everyone I became ecstatic my music was the thing bringing this little online community together.”
The forthcoming new album Nonfiction, was recorded and co-produced with Jon Joseph, and expands upon Desha’s kaleidoscopic Lo-fi meets Hi-fi futurism: a mixture of oceanic tranquility, dreampop-like sensibilities, heavy fuzzed-out riffs juxtaposed alongside melodious synth and vocals with refreshing punch. Low Hum, Desha says “was always meant to be my creative refuge, a place for me to escape my own reality and give me a sense of freedom” and is happy it has motivated those who listen “to feel a sense of community and that we are all in this together.” Stay tuned for further news and music from the forthcoming album Nonfiction in the coming months.