"On initial listens to Heba you marvel at Lowly’s collective adventures in sound; they move across orchestral scores, spacey guitars, cacophonous drums and hushed lullabies, often in the same song. Yet repeated spins reveal that in addition to their ability to create a unique musical atmosphere there’s a striking songwriting ethic at play. All five of them collaborate across the songs in songwriting teams that are fluid – some are written individually, others collaboratively with different members involved. (...) it's a remarkable debut, it doesn’t sound like anyone else, it sounds like Lowly, who on Heba are a band completely on top of their own game." Line Of Best Fit, 8.5/10

"On their full-length debut, the Danish dream pop group take a quantum leap forward, with a richer and more eclectic sound." Pitchfork

"The band have described their music as ‘noise-pop and everything in between’, but the album is lighter to the touch than maybe that suggests – the band co-produced the record with Efterklang‘s soundman Anders Boll, and between them create a dreamy and uncluttered soundscape." God Is In The TV, 8/10

“Lowly make lush, confident pop, layering traditional textures over less orthodox sounds, topped off with crystalline vocals.” Uncut, 8/10