Lower Than Atlantis
|Lower Than Atlantis|
|Genres||Melodic hardcore, post-hardcore, alternative rock, indie rock|
|Labels||Island, Sumerian, Thirty Days of Night, Distort Entertainment, Redfield, A Wolf at Your Door|
|Past members||Rich Wilkinson
- 1 Biography
- 2 Discography
- 3 Music Videos
- 4 Notes
- 5 External links
Bretton EP and Far Q (2007–2010)
They released their debut EP, Bretton via Thirty Days of Night Records on 22 December 2008. This release took on a hardcore punk sound which has since all but disappeared from the band's music. They recorded their next release and first full-length album, "Far Q", with Daniel Lancaster of Hertfordshire band Proceed at Studio Glasseye. It was released in March 2010 at A Wolf at Your Door Records in UK, under the Distort Entertainment label in Canada and for rest of Europe at Redfield Records on limited Mediabook-CD and limited white vinyl. This release retained some element of the band's hardcore roots whilst gearing itself more towards post-hardcore influences. Before that Redfield Records release a 10" split-vinyl in February 2010 with the single Far Q together with tracks from Grace.Will.Fall, Talk Radio Talk and MNMTS.
World Record (2011)
Their second full-length, World Record, was recorded at Outhouse Studios in Reading, and released via Sumerian Records/A Wolf at Your Door Records on 25 April 2011. It took strong alternative rock influences from bands such as Jimmy Eat World and Foo Fighters. World Record saw the band make a breakthrough both in terms of growth at live shows and radio air time.
"If the World Was to End" (2012)
"If the World Was to End" was a self-released single on 23 January 2012, and premiered on Zane Lowe's Breakfast Show on Radio 1 on 3 January 2012. It was voted #11 Zane Lowe's Hottest Records of 2012.
Island Records signing and Changing Tune (2012–present)
At their last show of their headline tour in support of World Record on 27 January 2012, the band announced that they had signed to Island Records. Lower Than Atlantis played festivals such as Hit the Deck, Camden Crawl, Slam Dunk, Download, Y Not, Hevy and played the Festival Republic Stage at Reading & Leeds in the Summer of 2012. On 14 September, Lower Than Atlantis were the penultimate act at Butserfest and headlined Underground Festival on 30 September in Gloucester.
Their third album Changing Tune, recorded early in 2012 at Rockfield Studios in Wales, was released on 1 October 2012, reaching #25 in the UK Official Album Charts. The album was accompanied by a UK headline tour that started in Exeter on 1 October and finished in London on 11 October. The first single from Changing Tune, "Love Someone Else", was premiered on Zane Lowe's evening show on Radio 1 on 16 July 2012. This single had a similar sound to World Record.
"Merry Christmas (Wherever You Are)"
The band recorded a Christmas single entitled "Merry Christmas (Wherever You Are)". After its premier on Zane Lowe's show the hashtag #LTAforchristmasnumber1 trended in the UK on Twitter. The track was also featured in the Christmas episode of Made in Chelsea.
|1 Mar 2010||Taping Songs Off the Radio||A Wolf at Your Door Records|
|14 Feb 2011||Beech Like the Tree||A Wolf at Your Door Records|
|18 Apr 2011||Deadliest Catch||A Wolf at Your Door Records|
|20 Jun 2011||(Motor) Way of Life||A Wolf at Your Door Records|
|23 Jan 2012||If the World Was to End||Self-Released|
|17 Jul 2012||Love Someone Else||Island Records|
|29 Nov 2012||Merry Christmas (Wherever You Are)||Island Records|
- Bretton (2008)
- Punk on the Covers (2010)
- Taping Songs Off the Radio (2010)
- Far Q (2010)
- Beech Like the Tree (2011)
- Deadliest Catch (2011)
- (Motor) Way of Life (2011)
- If the World Was to End (2012)
- Love Someone Else (2012)
- Merry Christmas (Wherever You Are) (2012)
- Go on Strike (2013)
- Something Better Came Along (2013)