j ember Takes Us Into the Studio For "Lower Than Low" Live Video [Premiere]

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Coming in hot from Toronto, Canada is j ember, a 24-year-old genreless singer-songwriter on a mission to instill honesty in all of his discography. While j ember's musical influences range from psychedelic rock to hip-hop, he has crafted an otherworldly soundscape to share himself at his best and worst moments. Ahead of the forthcoming release of his Sleepwalking EP, which is set to release March 20, j ember is spoiling us with a fantastic "Lower Than Low" live video.

Written about the hardships that accompany breakups, "Lower Than Low" sees j ember baring it all for us. The "Lower Than Low" visual opens with a silent woman pressing a red button that leads the camera next door, where j ember and company have a studio set up and ready to go. Between the enthralling guitar plucks and j ember's raw vocals, the live video makes us feel like we are actually in the studio watching their electric performance.

On "Lower Than Low," j ember exclusively shared with us,

"'Lower Than Low' is a stream of consciousness confronting the toxicity that can arise after a breakup. I wanted to make a song that captured my headspace at the time that wasn't an emotional ballad, a break up record that 'hits hard.'"

Ones To Watch has your first look at the  "Lower Than Low" live video below:

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