Oxford band Low Island have released “Can’t Forget”, the first single from their forthcoming album, Life In Miniature, out November 4 via their own label Emotional Interference.
Released with their self-directed video, we see strong influences from Tame Impala in “Can’t Forget”. Who knows, we just might get lucky enough to see a cover by a global popstar… here’s to dreaming.
Singer Carlos Posada elaborates on the song, saying: “it’s a reflection on the headyness of youth and a fear of growing up. Verse 2 is a nod to the day I left home; as I drove down the street, I caught my Dad crying and waving me away in the wing-mirror of my car. It’s one of those memories that gets printed right onto the front of your mind and that you never forget.”
Start making core memories with “Can’t Forget” in anticipation of their sophomore album, Life in Miniature, which promises to be a kaleidoscope of genres.
Watch the video below or find the single on your favorite streaming platform.
Low Island’s new album Life In Miniature is out on November 4 (pre-order). You can find them on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.
7th September – Warsaw, Hydrozagadka
8th September – Vienna, Waves Festival
9th September – Prague, Cross Club
12th September – Leipzig, Naumann’s
13th September – Berlin, Kantine
14th September – Hamburg, Haekken
15th September – Cologne, Jaki
17th September – Paris, Supersonic
2nd October – Birmingham, O2 Institute w/ X Ambassadors
3rd October – Manchester, Academy 2 w/ X Ambassadors