It’s been two years since Toronto electro-pop artist Lowell released her debut album, We Loved Her Dearly, which we named one of the best Canadian albums of that year. Now Lowell is back with a new EP called Part 1: PARIS YK (out in August) and a brand new single called “High Enough.”
The minimal electronic number was produced by Zale Epstein, who most notably worked on Kendrick Lamar’s 2015 album, To Pimp a Butterfly. The music video for the track is colourful and pop art-inspired, featuring Lowell performing in a lace suit as she sings, “You’re all in my head/ you’re all in my mind./ Am I good enough?/ Am I high enough?”
Watch the full video here.