Edmonton’s country rockers, The Prairie States, have released their new single “Low Life”.
These Canadian rockers – made up of Mat Cardinal, Jeff Dick, Mike Nash, Doc deGroot, and Jay Der – began making music together in 2017, and in 2018 they released their debut full-length, Lost In The Right Direction. The album snagged an ACMA nomination for Album of the Year; the three singles they released all broke the Top 100 Mediabase Canadian Country Chart.
With that blend of rock and country they’re known for, their latest soon-to-be hit, Low Life, is a feel-good tune celebrating life’s simple pleasures. It’s full of slick guitars, big vocals, and an overall tongue-in-cheek vibe.
To add an extra element to the release, they teamed up with a local Edmonton business, Sea Change Brewing Co, to create a custom “Low Life” branded beer released along with the song.
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