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Elizabeth “Lowell” Boland

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Elizabeth Lowell Boland, known by her stage name Lowell, is a Canadian singer, songwriter and producer known for her writing collaborations with Madison Beer, Nessa Barrett, Hailee Steinfeld, Bülow, Tate McRae, and many more.

Lowell began her music career working in London under Grammy award winning producer Martin Terefe, where she co-engineered, produced and mixed her critically acclaimed debut solo album “We Loved Her Dearly.” 

More recently, specializing in artist development, Lowell has proven herself to be a powerhouse in the room, whether that’s executive producing, producing or writing. Her uncanny ability to  anticipate stylistic and production trendshas continued to launch young artist projects into full budding careers. 

Lowell co-wrote two EPs with JUNO Award-winning artist Bülow, spawning the hit “Not A Love Song” and the Halsey-approved “You and Jennifer.” She then co-wrote Madison Beer’s debut LP “Life Support” which scored a #1 Artist Debut chart position in the US and features Madison’s first ever US platinum record “Selfish.” She then went on to pen Tik Tok sensation Nessa Barrett’s debut single, “la di die” which peaked at 25 on Top 40 radio and was certified Gold. 

Lowell has also earned credits writing and for ascendent pop artists like Hailee Steinfeld, Charli XCX, Demi Lovato, Lennon Stella and Charlie Puth, and production credits for Tate Macrae, Catie Turner and was nominated for a Canadian Screen Award for best score in the feature film, “Bloodthirsty”.

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