Right in time for their 20th anniversary, US-American melancholic indie institution LOW returns with a brand new longplayer entitled The Invisible Way. The follow-up to 2011s C’Mon will be released via Sub Pop on March 18 worldwide. Interesting might be also the fact that the album is produced by WILCO mastermind Jeff Tweedy. Frontman Alan Sparhawk promises a lot of songs about “intimacy, the drug war, the class war, plain old war war, archaeology and love.” Besides a little trailer there is no audio material yet available from The Invisible Way. But LOW are so kind to share a new live EP they’ve recorded on their last tour with DEATH CAB FOR CUTIE. Get it both right here.
LOW on NOTHING BUT HOPE AND PASSION