One of the most Toronto bands of all time, alternative rock veterans The Lowest Of The Low released their fourth studio album this year with Do The Right Now. Among the most influential bands in the Canadian alternative music scene in the 1990s, they released two acclaimed albums including their 1991 debut Shakespeare My Butt (which upon its release was the best-selling independent release in Canadian history) before breaking up in 1994. They reunited to create a new record in 2004 – before breaking up again in 2007, performing a farewell show at the Horseshoe Tavern.
But they couldn’t stay apart for too long, and in 2010 The Lowest of the Low reunited once again, selling out a concert at Massey Hall and two nights at Lee’s Palace. They released their first new album since 2004 this year with Do The Right Now. They’ll be playing two nights at the Horseshoe Tavern on December 27-28 as part of the venue’s 70th Concert Series.