The Driver Era Continue To Dazzle With Their New Single, “Low”

Mike Nied | October 29, 2018 11:40 am

Brothers Ross and Rocky Lynch have made a serious splash in 2018. The duo, who previously churned out bops as part of R5, decided to branch out and explore uncharted territory in the new year. Branding themselves The Driver Era, they kicked things off by rolling out their debut single, “Preacher Man.” The anthemic release amassed more than 4.5 million streams on Spotify and introduced fans to the brothers’ genre-defying aesthetic. Since then, they have graced us with more evidence of their eclectic musical sensibilities with the unveiling of club-ready remixes and the breezy “Afterglow.” Friday (October 26) they returned with their latest release, the vibey “Low.”

Considering their hot streak, it is hardly surprising that they have another potential smash on their hands. On it, Rocky takes center stage and shows off his various skillsets. Here he acts as the writer, producer and takes the lead on vocals. Over electric strings and trance-inducing beats, he finds himself trapped in memories. “Never did I know I could get this low. I could get this low for you. Now the sun don’t shine, and the rains all pour. And I’m still thinking about you,” he croons on the memorable chorus. It is the kind of anthem that begs for a live performance. And hopefully it will get one when The Driver Era takes the stage at one of the various festival appearances they have coming up in the near future.

Friday was truly an action-packed day for the pair. The unveiling of “Low” coincided with the official debut of Ross’ latest acting project. The 22-year-old landed a starring role in Netflix’s The Chilling Adventures Of Sabrina. A darker update on the beloved Sabrina the Teenage Witch, it has been met with strong reviews. Stream “Low” and check out the trailer for The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina below!

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