We’ve got a whole lot of exciting news to fill you in about!
First up – we are delighted to announce that our debut album ‘Singularity‘ is now available for download from our Bandcamp store! All album bundles come with a free track and a spiffy artwork booklet PDF. We are so excited to finally share it with the world – so if you dig, give us a hand getting the word out and share the link!
First up in the player is “Little Man” featuring The Sweet Inspirations. These soul legends were such a pleasure to work with and gave us a day in the studio that will be in our hearts forever!
Next up we’d love you to check out our Gigs page for some extended live shows we have coming up next month. All of the shows are free and you’ll be able to enjoy 3 sets of Lo Five funky goodness… so come join us!
Finally, don’t forget to share your Lo Five love around and do come past and say gidday on our Facebook page – we’d love to hear from you.
Plenty of opportunity for us to get down together – make sure you come up and say hi!
Finally, we would like to extend a very warm welcome to our new live drummer / percussionist – the one and only rhythm king via the UK – Ian Mussington (Space Invadas, Soul Asylum), who will be joining us for all these shows!!
PS – all of our shows this month are free too!!
PPS – see our gigs page for more info on venues and times
PPPS – check the vid below for some live Lo Five vibes!!
Jared Underwood & Tam Morris at Melt — Image: Righteye Creative
A huge thanks to all those who came down to hear Lo Five at Melt in Kings Cross. As it turns out, our show was one of the last before the new owners take over and turn Melt into who-knows-what? It’s a very groovy space. What a shame to see it go.
Special thanks to Jared Underwood for slotting in so seamlessly and remaining true to the recordings. And big ups to the crowd of friends and well wishers who made the vibe so enjoyable for us on stage. I’m talkin’ to you IFSS students! Mark Sims can “woo!” like 6 people put together. Awesome.
On to GOODGOD on Friday supporting the funky stylin’s of Dereb the Ambassador.