The new track from Pale Hands called “Lower Than Low” is a pulsating and electronic trip worthy of a premiere here at P&W. The melodic and entrancing tune from the Boston band is highlighted by Jen Johnson’s ethereal and airy vocals that weave around the beats like a butterfly floating in the wind. “Lower Than Low” is off their second album called Graphism and is due out in November.
“It’s about how quickly emotions can change & feeling hypersensitive. For every low there’s a high, and that good things will swing back around. Kind of zen, I suppose, like watching your emotions pass through yourself and knowing they are only temporary.” – Jen Johnson of Pale Hands