Low Hums, “Too Early to Tell”

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Draws the listener in from the first strum.

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Ian Schneider | June 13, 2017

Seattle based rock band Low Hums have a new track called “Too Early to Tell”, which is the first single off of the band’s coming LP “NightMagicWine”. Jonas Haskins, Miles Panto, Crystal Perez, and Mike Bayer (with former member Father John Misty) have been working hard on their craft since the band’s beginnings in 2009, touring all over the West Coast and South West. They have played the largest variety of venues I have ever heard of, from college parties and festivals, to beaches and dive bars. This seasoned band cares so deeply about the music and just want to share their talents with the world.

“Too Early to Tell” is the perfect introduction to the forthcoming LP, and has a slow rock tempo that draws the listener in from the first strum of the guitar. Vocalist Jonas Haskins had this to say about the song:
“The song was written in about 15 minutes over coffee in my kitchen around 7:30am and demo’d into my phone. Mike then came up with the drum beat in the studio and I tracked bass to it… also in the studio. We listened on playback, and we were recording with Jack Endino (Nirvana, Tad, Screaming Trees) – he gets up and starts walking around kinda playing air guitar to it, and we all started nodding our heads. Jack then said, ‘this is so Lou Reed,’ in the best way.”

For more information about Low Hums you can visit their Facebook page.

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