Toronto’s Own LØLØ Releases Full Length Debut LP; Performing at Sommo Fest in September

Toronto’s Own LØLØ Releases Full Length Debut LP; Performing at Sommo Fest in September

It’s been in the making for quite awhile and I’m so excited to share my interview with LØLØ! She’s just released her debut full-length LP,falling for robots and wishing I was one,” released June 7th via Hopeless Records

I strongly recommend that you check this album out.

Unflinchingly honest and (sometimes painfully) relatable, LØLØ cements herself as a staple of the genre and a rising artist to watch on the 15-track LP. Packed with powerful guitars, witty lyricism, and compelling heart, falling for robots & wishing i was one agrees that to be loved is to be changed, just maybe not for the better.

Born and raised in Toronto, LØLØ has become an undeniable presence in the pop rock genre. The singer-songwriter has created a striking presence both online and on stage with her effortlessly cool attitude and sharp lyricism. A bonafide road warrior, LØLØ has taken the stage at Slam Dunk Festival (Enter Shikari, The Offspring, PVRIS, Yellowcard, and more) and Rock For People Festival before supporting Sueco and MOD SUN on their UK & EU tour dates in 2023. She was a presenter at the Heavy Music Awards and performed at a Kerrang! sponsored show in London.

LØLØ has been compared to Paramore and Avril Lavigne by Billboard, and has received critical acclaim from Paper Magazine, MTV, Kerrang!, American Songwriter, Ones to Watch, Alternative Press, BBC, Upset, and many more. People Magazine called her an “artist making their mark in music” and to date, she’s amassed over 35 million streams on Spotify. LØLØ is on the brink of superstardom as she prepares to release her debut album.


Special Treat for us East Coasters, LØLØ will be performing on the Amazon Music Sandbar Stage at Sommo Fest September 14th, 2024 in gorgeous Cavendish, PEI!

You can listen to “falling for robots & wishing i was one” wherever you stream your music!

Posted by Sarah MacDonald

Sarah MacDonald is Atlantic Canada Rock's Managing Editor and Senior Reporter, based in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island. Since her inception into Atlantic Canada Rocks in October 2012, she has helped in the organization of various campaigns to bring artists to Atlantic Canada, most notably our "Rush the Hill" campaign which was successful in bringing Rush to Atlantic Canada in 2013. Sarah has also taken it upon herself to learn the ropes and ways of media life by keeping in contact with various promoters, tour and artist managers as well as public relations representatives to ensure all ACR readers get the correct and most accurate news and updates on all artists that visit Atlantic Canada. With that, she's garnered a very positive reputation among industry colleagues which have lead her to interview and review some of the best artists in the business today!