In 2017 their debut album Heba was released on Bella Union (Father John Misty, Beach House, The Flaming Lips) and received a glorifying 7.8 from Pitchfork along with the following words: <br>
“On Heba, Lowly’s debut LP, the band takes a quantum leap forward. Opener “Still Life” taps into universal feelings of sadness and isolation with such power it would be unbearable if the music supporting it weren’t so beautiful. […] <br>“Deer Eyes” might have qualified as techno if Lundtoft hadn’t, in a sense, reverse-engineered an electronic beat for his live kit. Even if they had opted for a programmed beat, the song’s tempo layering and synths, along with bassist Thomas Lund’s Moog work, make it all difficult to classify.
At times, “Deer Eyes” recalls Radiohead’s Kid A-era forays into a form of music that is neither organic nor synthetic, but some combination thereof.”