At the age of 19, Lolo Zouaï hopped on a plane to Los Angeles with the goal of landing a record deal. She would go on to make big moves, eventually appearing in a Tommy Jeans campaign, dropping a number of singles, and collaborating with artists like Blood Orange and H.E.R.
This week, the French-American singer came through with her debut studio album High Highs to Low Lows, featuring the previously released title track and "Ride."
"Creating High Highs to Low Lows has been the best experience of my life," she wrote on Instagram. "Even though I only started writing it a year and a half ago, I feel like I’ve been writing this album for my whole life *sheds tear*. Every song reaches into a moment in my life that’s very personal to me."
You can listen to the album, co-produced by Lolo with her chief collaborator Stelios, on all major streaming platforms.
Lolo will support the project with a 22-date North American tour featuring Jean Deaux. The tour will begin April 25 in Boston, followed by stops in Atlanta, Dallas, West Hollywood, Portland, and Toronto. See the full tour schedule below.