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Low Island have dropped their Google-inspired new single, ‘Search Box’

“The song was inspired by the idea that Google has become the world’s therapist,” the band explain.
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Published: 4:30 pm, June 13, 2019
Low Island have dropped their Google-inspired new single, ‘Search Box’

Low Island have dropped their new single, ‘Search Box’.

The new single and video combo arrives ahead of their upcoming show at London’s Electrowerkz on 6th November.

“The song was inspired by the idea that Google has become the world’s therapist,” the band explain. “The song also explores the unsettling fact that the thing we’re opening up to perhaps doesn’t have our best interests at heart.

“This is the first time that we did all of our visuals in house: Felix shot the video on his iPhone and Jamie borrowed some of his mum’s lipstick for me to wear. The idea behind the mouth was to have a really clear and simple image, as well as a great way to portray an internet user; simultaneously anonymous, chaotic and vulnerable.”

Catch the band at Glastonbury, Latitude, Wilderness and more this summer.

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