Off of their latest EP ‘Influx’, New Jersey based duo Lowercase People brings ‘Symmetry’ that is sophisticated, alluring, brimming with anticipation and worth of indie-rock grit. A ton of weight in significance the band’s electro-pop/drum-bass production, delights with that tinge of 90’s aggression that just shines.
“We wanted to make a hype song that is still based around our love of sampling and keyboards,” said the duo. “Lyrically, it deals mainly with self-doubt and regeneration… Channeling the frustration and anger you may have for a situation and using it as your own momentum.”
Noah is the lyricist of the band, supporting in vocals/keyboards; while drums/samples/programming is held down by Tommy. Together, they write music in a self-described rabbit trail: partially motivated by their ADHD, but also motivated by their mutual passion for music production.
Noah Saunders and Tommy McKelvey are the focal point of Lowercase People: as tight-knit musicians, they know exactly the kind of sound they have formed together.