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Video of the Moment #2896: Low

By on Monday, 17th September 2018 at 6:00 pm

Minnesotan trio Low released their latest LP last Friday, and it’s already garnering quite a bit of acclaim. ‘Double Negative’, now available from venerated indie label Sub Pop, is, incredibly, their twelfth studio album. It was produced by BJ Burton, who also served as producer on 2015’s ‘Ones and Sixes’.

‘Rome (Always in the Dark)’ figures later in the tracklisting for the new album. To celebrate the release of the record, the band have released its accompanying promo video. Its collage-like nature gives it a feeling of a scrapbook come alive, with seemingly pulsating colours and patterns that at times seem like they’re on fire. These visuals mirror the dissonant delays and reverb employed on the track. Watch the video for ‘Rome (Always in the Dark)’ below. The band will be on tour on the Continent in a few dates in the UK on October before a longer tour on the eastern half of America in November. More UK and Continental dates follow in early 2019. All live performance details can be viewed on the band’s official Web site. More coverage on Low here on TGTF can be viewed through here.


Video(s) of the Moment #2856: Low

By on Friday, 22nd June 2018 at 6:00 pm

Minnesota’s finest Low have a new album in store for their fans this autumn. ‘Double Negative’ will be out on the 14th of September on Sub Pop and is the newest album from the indie Midwesterners since 2015’s ‘Ones and Sixes’. To build up anticipation and hype for the upcoming long player, the group has revealed the black and white promos for three songs from it: ‘Quorum’, ‘Dancing and Blood’ and ‘Fly’. You can watch them all below. Stay tuned for the release of ‘Double Negative’ in 2 months on Sub Pop Records. For past coverage on Low, follow this link.


Live Gig Video: Low perform ‘Into You’ in Glasgow in artsy new promo

By on Thursday, 4th February 2016 at 4:00 pm

So the new video from Minnesotan band Low doesn’t follow our more conventional live gig videos, but I’m going to bend the rules today for them. This video was filmed in Glasgow, and this is what the directors Jim Burns and Beth Chalmers had to say about it:

Inspired by the hypnotic reflections of the River Clyde on the archways beneath Glasgow’s city bridges, this film draws parallels between the power of a single beam of sunlight and the deeply affecting personal experience one feels during Low’s live performance. Despite being part of a crowd, Low’s music invokes within you a profound and unique individual perspective.

This promo has shots of the band performing the song with artsy lighting shots overlaid on top of them. While this has the effect of giving the video a ghostly pallour, when the shots of the band come back into focus, there’s an instant connection. Watch the video below.



Low / October 2015 UK Tour

By on Thursday, 25th June 2015 at 9:00 am

Header photo by Zoran Orlic

American veteran indie rock band Low have announced details of their new studio album ‘Ones and Sixes’, due for release via Sub Pop on the 11th of September, along with a list of worldwide live dates to support the album.  The international dates will include the band’s first tour of China as well as their largest ever headline show at the London Roundhouse on the 10th of October.

A full list of Low’s upcoming live dates can be found here.  Ahead of their UK headline dates, Low is scheduled to appear at the End of the Road Festival and Ireland’s Electric Picnic.  Tickets for the following UK shows are on sale now.  Below the tour date listing, you can stream the haunting new track ‘No Comprende’, which will feature on ‘Ones and Sixes’.

Wednesday 7th October 2015 – Manchester Cathedral
Thursday 8th October 2015 – Glasgow Art School
Saturday 10th October 2015 – London Roundhouse



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