April 14 street date. Hailing from Toronto, LØLØ has emerged as a rising star in alternative pop. She broke through with her "overkill" EP with fresh takes on awkward adolescence ("lonely and pathetic"), heartbreak ("hurt less"), and self-deprecation ("death wish"), causing People Magazine to describe her as an Emerging Artist and Spotify to include her in their EQUAL campaign highlighting rising female artists. After signing to Hopeless Records, LØLØ stepped into the spotlight with her collaboration with alt-pop artist, Maggie Lindemann. The song "debbie downer" found itself in the full suite of pop/alt playlists on Spotify, Apple, and Amazon, and brought her touring opportunities and festival appearances at Lollapalooza and Sad Summer Festival, as well as a UK/EU tour with Leah Kate. With the release of her second EP, "debbie downer", LØLØ saw success at Canadian pop radio with the catchy "u turn me on (but u give me depression)" and is continuing to help shape the alternative pop scene. For the first time on vinyl, both EPs are available in one collection on limited red vinyl.