‘Human Behaviour’ — Low Hummer — Single review

It’s been a little while since publishing our interview with Low Hummer. They’ve been busy, though, plotting gigs in the calendar and polishing new music, including their latest single, ‘Human Behaviour’. 

Their slick niche of classic indie, noughties garage rock and ‘80s-inspired synths has once again been shepherded into a field of aural joy. The mellow female vocals offer a juxtaposition between darkly mysterious and wholly atmospheric. All the while, there’s a mix of deep bass notes, scuzzy riffs and slowly thudding drums. 

The Hull six-piece are on the verge of releasing an album, ‘Modern Tricks For Living’ — which is due mid-September — and it’ll no doubt seal why they’re going places. This reflective, grungy track will be among the bunch that makes up the record, and it’s bound to be played raucously during their upcoming shows. One of which will be at Live at Leeds, the West Yorkshire city’s day-long extravaganza. 

Until then, get spinning this balladic tune on Spotify. You can also stay in the Low Hummer loop by following them on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter

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Image credit: Low Hummer via Hanglands

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