Though Fight Amp's passing was to be mourned, the end of the long-running Philly/South Jersey noise-rock band did give rise to two cool new bands, first, Plaque Marks, and now Low Dose. The latter may draw some high-level comparisons to Made out of Babies and their ilk, considering the similar AmRep leanings of the former Fight Amp players and the furious female vocals at the helm, and while the band will likely appeal to MOOB fans, anyone who's ever spent time with Melvins, Bikini Kill or virtually any group that mixes brains with (metallic/punk) brawn should also jump on board with Low Dose.
"Right on" is the band's latest single, which makes it's debut here today. Singer Itarya Rosenberg says of the song, "It's about the frustrations of just trying to exist in the world without being bullied by men constantly." Check it out for the first time above — you can order your copy of Low Dose's forthcoming self-titled debut full-length, due March 29th, via Brutal Panda.