Artist info

Genre

Indie, Rock


Sounds like

Autolux, Mini Mansions, Royal Blood


band members

Tyler Millott


Influences

Arctic Monkeys, Queens of the Stoneage, Lykke Li, T Bone Burnett


Unearthed artists we like

Ali Barter, Ben Wright Smith


Gig

The Terrifying Lows

Strong impact coarse language and/or themes

6 Jun

Petersham Bowling ...

Sydney, 2049

Sydney

7:00pm

Bio

The Terrifying Lows is the solo project of Melbourne based artist, producer and Gamilaroi man Tyler Millott. The new single ‘Belladonna’ is lifted from his self-titled debut album due out later this year. This song is also the first track produced and recorded by Millott where he worked out of a variety of Melbourne studios, before it made its way to Nashville with Kyle Dreaden (Bre Kennedy) mixing the final cut, and mastered by Joe Carra (POND) at Crystal Mastering.

The lyrics to Belladonna depict an intoxicating state of infatuation. Millott further adding, “I wrote this song after stumbling across the mythology of the Deadly Nightshade plant (AKA ‘Belladonna’) and it’s relationship with the history of witchcraft.”

‘Belladonna’ marks a distinct shift in Millott’s sound, partly due to his evolution as an artist, and as a person. Taking all he has learnt in his career as a session/touring musician for artists including Ali Barter, Husky and Ben Wright Smith, The Terrifying Lows returns assured and inspired.

“A grungy pop sensation…”
Red Bull Music

“...a worthy offering to the gods of grunge.”
Music Feeds

“The Terrifying Lows crafts a sound that’s simultaneously effortless and energetic.”
Happy Mag

“The Terrifying Lows is putting a unique and austere twist to the pop-induced singer-songwriter movement.”
AAA Backstage

Review

Review by Declan Byrne Declan Byrne

30 Apr 2021

Triple J
35

some sweeping and textured pop here that really rises nicely.

some sweeping and textured pop here that really rises nicely.

Review

Review by Claire Mooney Claire Mooney

09 Nov 2020

Triple J
40

So captivating! It feels sharp, the textures are stunning and I love the pace-y grunge feel.

So captivating! It feels sharp, the textures are stunning and I love the pace-y grunge feel.

Review

Review by Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby Howe

14 Oct 2020

Triple J
40

If you're in the mood for a brooding rock song that's gonna coil around you like a slithering reptile, in snakeskin boots to match, then this is the one for the job.

If you're in the mood for a brooding rock song that's gonna coil around you like a slithering reptile, in snakeskin boots to match, then this is the one for the job.