The So Lows began as a songwriting collaboration between Ronnie Rael & Molly Miller. Their shared inspiration led to the creation of their first effort as a band, ALTO, a 10-track album of all original material.

With a deep love for rock n roll, the band’s appreciation for everything from rhythm and blues, to country to proto-punk is evident in their unique sound. Self-produced and recorded with the help of engineer David Cragin at his New Mexico studio (Santa Fe Soundworks), Alto is an ode to rock n roll and cosmic soul. 

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Alto received a warm reception from the underground rock n roll scene, connecting the band with listeners around the world, earning repeated plays on Sirius XM's Little Steven's Underground Garage by the legendary Genya Ravan, and radio play on stations across the US and internationally. In 2019, The So Lows were invited to play Gram Parsons InterNational XII with acts including The Burrito Brothers, Kai Clark Band, Ronnie Guilbeau Band, Larry Patton Band, and Walter Egan & the Walternatives. After completing the So Lows lineup with Barron Preuss on bass, Troy Krusz on guitar/keys/harmonica, and Haven A. Goodtime on drums, the band embarked on a successful month-long tour in November, 2019. The band is now focused on completing their sophomore album, to be released in 2021, and getting back on the road.