Venerable and melancholic indie veterans Low are marking their twentieth anniversary by releasing their tenth record, The Invisible Way, on Sub Pop Records on the 18th March.
Produced by Wilco’s Jeff Tweedy, the record is if anything, even starker then previous releases. It tackles large issues too, “the songs are about intimacy, the drug war, the class war, plain old war war, archaeology and love,” says founding member Alan Sparhawk.
Have a listen to Just Make It Stop, the first song to be taken from the album, and hear for yourself.
See them live in the UK
24 – Birmingham – Glee Club
25 – Manchester – Central Methodist Hall
26 – Gateshead – The Sage
27 – Glasgow – Classic Grand
29 – Bristol – Trinity
30 – London – Barbican Centre