I Am The Dice: ‘Lights Are Low’ Review

Credit: I Am The Dice

Folk rock band I am the Dice have recently released their new single ‘Lights are Low’. Lyrically-Speaking reviews their new track and the message behind it.


I am the Dice consist of 4 members originating from Lincolnshire; Mo Creasey (vocals), Steve Tanner (guitar and backing vocals), Dan Parker (drums) and Rob Goemans (bass). Their recent single ‘Lights Are Low’ which was listed as track of the week in BBC East Midlands / Lincolnshire.


The band set out to use this track to demonstrate the challenges of depression and anxiety that can be fact by young adults. In particular, it shows the importance of having a support unit around you.


Credit: I Am The Dice
The track begins with harmonies that highlight their 50’s/60’s influences. This then blends into a modern folk/rock vibe. At times, the vocals can even edge on the side of country. This track dives into a mixture of genres creating something really special. The one thing that we like the most about this track is the toe-tapping beat that makes the single instantly likable.
10/10 – This is an excellent single and there isn’t anything that we can fault. It rightfully deserved to have received track of the week. If you don’t believe us then listen to it for yourself!


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Amy Curtis is 22 years-old and the creator of Lyrically-Speaking Magazine. She graduated from UOS, Ipswich in October 2017 and spends her free-time listening to new independent artists. Amy enjoys playing her Xbox, travelling and getting her hands on any book she can find. "Love what you do. Do what you love!"


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