After their blissed-out soft rock stunner ‘Love On The Line (Call Now)’, ‘Low Beam‘ is, in Her’s words is: “a commentary on toxic masculinity, viewed through the eyes of a biker who feels alienated by the gangs in the scene, without feeling any weaker. He’s a lone wolf type character.”

Nappy guitar lines and sleazy vocals continue the pair’s rollicksome nods to Ariel Pink and Mac Demarco, tinged with 80s to modern day RnB. It’s a return to their 80s jangle pop, slack art rock origins reminiscent of early material like ‘Dorothy’, ‘Speed Racer’ and ‘What Once Was’ to ultimately reassert the curious oddball mythos that made the duo so magnetic in the first place.

Low Beam’ is the sound of a band come full circle. Her’s’ Audun Laading and Stephen Fitzpatrick may both be Merseyside migrants, the latter from Barrow and the former from Norway, but the duo have made a musical home of Liverpool. Brought together through a chance encounter in a university canteen by their shared love of off-kilter humour and art, Her’s have shaped the very texture of Liverpool alongside peers like Trudy and the Romance and Pizzagirl.

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