Lowell (musician)

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Birth nameElizabeth Lowell Boland
Born (1991-09-14) September 14, 1991 (age 30)
Calgary, Alberta, Canada
GenresPop, dance-pop, synthpop, pop rock, electropop
Years active2012 - present
LabelsArts & Crafts
Associated actsAlle Farben, Apparatjik, Backstreet Boys, Bülow (singer), Hailee Steinfeld, Icona Pop, Madison Beer, Netsky (musician), Lennon Stella, Charlie Puth, JoJo (singer)

Elizabeth Lowell Boland, known by stage name Lowell, is a Canadian singer, songwriter, producer[1] known for her writing collaborations with Madison Beer, Hailee Steinfeld, Bülow, Tate McRae, and more.


Originally from Calgary, Alberta,[1] Boland moved to Toronto, Ontario at age 18 to study music at the University of Toronto.

Musical career[]

During this time, she began writing some song demos on ukulele,[2] which came to the attention of Canadian music manager Mike Dixon.[2] Dixon forwarded them in turn to producer Martin Terefe, and Boland made her debut in 2012 as a guest vocalist on Apparatjik's 2012 EP If You Can, Solve This Jumble.[3]

She signed to Arts & Crafts, and released the EP I Killed Sara V in February 2014.[4] Her full-length album debut, We Loved Her Dearly, followed in September 2014.[5]

Her song, "Palm Trees" featured as soundtrack in EA Sports game, FIFA 15.

On April 6, 2018 she released her sophomore album Lone Wolf.

She co-wrote all three songs on the debut EP from Bülow, Damaged Vol. 1, which was released November 2017 on Wax Records, including the single "Not A Love Song." Damaged Vol. 1 was praised by critics for its "real and authentic" portrayal of Bülow's voice.[6]

She received two Canadian Screen Award nominations at the 9th Canadian Screen Awards in 2021, for Best Original Score and Best Original Song for "Grey Singing in Auditorium", for her work on the 2020 film Bloodthirsty.[7]

Artist Discography[]

Studio albums[]

  • 2014 - We Loved Her Dearly
  • 2018 - Lone Wolf

Extended plays[]

  • 2014 - I Killed Sara V.
  • 2016 - Part 1: PARIS YK
  • 2021 - Bloodthirsty


  • 2016 - "Ride"
  • 2016 - "High Enough"
  • 2016 - "West Coast Forever"
  • 2020 - "Lemonade"
  • 2020 - "God Is A Fascist"

Songwriting Discography[]

Year Artist(s) Song Album
2021 Madison Beer Channel Surfing / The End Life Support
Emotional Bruises
Sour Times
Stay Numb and Carry On
Wonho, Kiiara Ain't About You Love Synonym #2: Right For Us
Alice Longyu Gao, Mura Masa, bulow She Abunai Non-album single
Nessa Barrett, jxdn la di die Non-album single
Catie Turner Hide and Seek Non-album Single
2020 Tate McRae r u ok Too Young to Be Sad
JoJo, Demi Lovato Lonely Hearts (Remix) Non-album single
Madison Beer Baby Life Support
Selfish (Alan Walker Remix) Non-album single
Lennon Stella, Charlie Puth Summer Feelings SCOOB! The Album
Hailee Steinfeld Your Name Hurts Half Written Story
Hailee Steinfeld End This (L.O.V.E.) Half Written Story
Hailee Steinfeld Man Up Half Written Story
Hailee Steinfeld Wrong Direction Half Written Story
Madison Beer Good in Goodbye Life Support
2019 Bulow, Rich the Kid You & Jennifer (Remix) Non-album single
Madison Beer Deer Society Non-album single
Bülow Get Stüpid Crystalline
Bülow Euphoria Crystalline
2018 Bülow Sad and Bored Damaged Vol. 2
Bülow Honor Roll Damaged Vol. 2
Bülow You & Jennifer Damaged Vol. 2
2017 Bülow Like this Guy Damaged Vol. 1
Bülow Not a Love Song Damaged Vol. 1
Bülow Lines Damaged Vol. 1

Production Discography[]

Year Artist Song Album
2021 Catie Turner Hide and Seek Non-album single
2020 Tate McRae r u ok Too Young to Be Sad


  1. ^ a b "Lowell Is Alive and Well". W, September 17, 2014.
  2. ^ a b "Lowell: Best of Both Worlds". Exclaim!, October 2014.
  3. ^ "Lowell is No Ordinary Pop Chanteuse". T Magazine, June 26, 2014.
  4. ^ Lowell Signs to Arts & Crafts for New EP, Shares "Cloud 69". Exclaim!, January 22, 2014.
  5. ^ "The lowdown on Lowell, Toronto's next big name in pop". Toronto Star, September 7, 2014.
  6. ^ Stack, Chris (20 December 2017). "Bülow - Damaged Vol. 1 EP - rBeatz Radio". rbeatz.com. Archived from the original on 12 June 2018. Retrieved 30 May 2018.
  7. ^ Brent Furdyk, "Canadian Screen Awards Announces 2021 Film Nominations". ET Canada, March 30, 2021.

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