The Driver Era, the much-buzzed about music project from brothers Ross and Rocky Lynch, have released their new genre-defying single "LOW," out everywhere now.
The Driver Era, the much-buzzed about music project from brothers Ross and Rocky Lynch, have released their new genre-defying single “LOW,” out everywhere now. Written and produced by Rocky Lynch himself, the track premiered earlier this week on Consequence of Sound.
“Low” comes after the band’s laid-back summer jam “Afterglow” and their pop-rock debut “Preacher Man.” “Preacher Man” debuted at #15 and #21 on Billboard’s Alternative & Rock Sales Chart, and currently sits at over 11 Million combined audio streams. Since it’s release, the band has graced the cover of both Ladygunn and Grumpy Magazine, and have earned praise from V Magazine, Cosmopolitan, Live Nation’s Ones to Watch, Elle Magazine and more.
The Driver Era played a few festival dates over the summer, including 107.7 The End Summer Camp, and most recently Jay-Z’s Made in America Festival. The band will play Florida Man Music Festival in Orlando on 11/30 with Weezer, Young The Giant, Bishop Briggs and more, and will share the stage with the likes of Panic! At The Disco, Sublime and more at Riptide Music Festival on 12/1 in Fort Lauderdale, FL.