Lōwli is the stage name of Roisin Lowry, a composer, songwriter and performer hailing from Galway, Ireland. Her music, an enchanting blend of elegant piano arrangements, delicate strings and haunting vocals, has charmed and captivated audiences around the country. Her work bears elements of neoclassical, dark-pop and folk and has been influenced by artists such as Agnes Obel and Olafur Arnalds.
Lōwli’s debut EP, 'Feathers', was released in 2019 and paved the way for her first instrumental single, 'Worlds Above Us', which was released later that year. Lōwli’s latest single Cavalry was released in June 2020 and has since been featured on the likes of Hot Press and TLMT, selected for several Spotify editorial playlists and has been played on radio stations such as RTE Radio 1 and RTE 2fm, among many others.
Having performed at festivals and showcases such as Other Voices, Ireland Music Week, Quiet Lights and Sofar Sounds, Lōwli is busy preparing her next set of shows to accompany her forthcoming release. A recipient of the MISP recording grant, Lōwli is currently working on the release of her upcoming EP ‘Otherworld’, which is due for release in 2022.
“commanding and powerful” - Hot Press
“neat spookiness with beautifully arranged melodies” - Tony Clayton-Lea, The Irish Times
- “a treasure trove of large open soundscapes, reverb-soaked harmony, and darkly lit atmospheres” - The Last Mixed Tape
“a performer with a keen sense for the dramatic twists and turns” - Jim Carroll, The Irish Times
- “music for people who feel moved on a deeper level” - REMY