Low Release New Song "Just Make it Stop"
Mon, 14 Jan 2013 13:57:38
New music for indie rockers, and this time, it's from those legends in Low.
Duluth, Minnesota trio Low released the first song from their 10th record, The Invisible Way. "Just Make It Stop" is available for streaming at Sub Pop, or below.
The Invisible Way will be released on March 19. Coincidentally, the release marks Low's 20th anniversary as a band. Happy anniv and a high-five to Low!
The Invisible Way was produced by Wilco's Jeff Tweedy, engineered by Tom Schick and recorded in Wilco's studio in Chicago, during the fall of 2012.
"Low has made so many great records over the years, so I was pleasantly surprised they wanted to work with me at the loft," said Tweedy. "I felt privileged to work with them and be a part of this new record."
The Invisible Way finds Low's majestic melancholy in full bloom yet distinguishes itself with its starker, unadorned soundscapes, layered harmonies and drummer/vocalist extraordinaire Mimi Parker singing lead on five of the 11 songs. The album tackles large issues ("the songs are about intimacy, the drug war, the class war, plain old war war, archaeology and love," says Low's Alan Sparhawk) in a manner that plays a stunning counterpoint to the sublime hush of the music.
Just Make It Stop
On My Own
To Our Knees
What track title do you like best? Did you listen to "Just Make it Stop?"