Friday, 4 January 2013


After the annual lookbackathon that is December, it's good to now be looking forward to some of the musical treats in store over the first few months of 2013. One of the albums highest on my list of priorities is 'The Invisible Way', new from Low and due for release in March.

An added attraction for me this time round (as if one were needed) is the presence of the great Jeff Tweedy in the producer's chair. I've been a fan since Uncle Tupelo's debut in 1990 and continue to follow him in the always brilliant Wilco and many side-projects to which he increasingly lends his name.

To celebrate the forthcoming new album, Low have made a live EP, 'Plays Nice Places', available as a free download - grab it now! Meanwhile, to further whet the appetite, here's a recently recorded live version of a cut from 'The Invisible Way', 'On My Own.' Sounds pretty darned fine to me.


Anonymous said...

Good news indeed. It feels like 2013 is already a bumper year for new releases. Been a fan for a long time and it's good to have them back.

flycasual said...

I don't know much about Low, I have only heard a few tracks but this track is magnificent....I love the fuzzy guitar break down in the middle...good stuff. Oh I do dig on their Christmas album though.

Old Pa's Corner said...

Lots to look forward to their...a high I would say....great track!

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