Low — at Barby in Tel Aviv, Israel, Jan 26, 2015

Low photo sets

at Barby in Tel Aviv, Israel, Jan 26, 2015


SXSW Music 2018 Announces 570 More Artists

Low, Ought, Gaz Coombes, Girl Ray, Sunflower Bean, U.S. Girls, Hinds, and More Added to the List

Jan 10, 2018

SXSW (aka South By Southwest), the annual conference/festival in Austin, Texas, previously announced the first round of 2018 musical performers, as well as the second round. Now they have announced the third round of artists to be performing during the music portion (there's also film and interactive portions) in 2018 and it's a long list featuring 570 artists! More

Dec 01, 2016

Low's excellent new album, Ones and Sixes, came out on Sub Pop last fall. The band have a long history of releasing Christmas songs and even had a whole EP of them in 1999, the appropriately titled ChristmasMore

Watch: Low - “Into You” Video

Ones and Sixes Out Now via Sub Pop

Feb 01, 2016

Low's excellent new album, Ones and Sixes, came out on Sub Pop last fall. Now the band has shared a video for "Into You." Jim Burns and Beth Chalmers directed the clip, which was filmed at a show in Glasgow, Scotland. The video manipulates performance footage, taking it in a hazy direction. More

Watch: Low - “Lies” Video

Ones and Sixes Out Now via Sub Pop

Oct 08, 2015

Low's excellent new album, Ones and Sixes, came out on Sub Pop last month. Now the band has shared a video for "Lies." Manuel Aragon directed the clip and described it as such in a press release: "Diego is a jornalero - a day laborer, struggling to maintain his livelihood.  More

Stream the Full New Album from Low, “Ones and Sixes”

Ones and Sixes Due Out September 11 via Sub Pop

Sep 03, 2015

Low's new album, Ones and Sixes, is due out on Sub Pop next Friday (September 11). Previously the band have shared the tracks "No Comprende," "What Part of Me," and "Lies." Now you can stream the full album below, via NPR First ListenMore

Listen: Low - “Lies”

Ones and Sixes Due Out September 11 via Sub Pop

Aug 18, 2015

Low recently announced their new album, Ones and Sixes, which is due out on Sub Pop on September 11. Previously the band have shared "No Comprende" and "What Part of Me."  More

Under the Radar Announces August/September Issue with CHVRCHES on the Cover

Issue 54 Also Includes Interviews with New Order, Garbage, Foals, Beirut, Jesse Eisenberg, Low, FFS, Destroyer, Wolf Alice, Tamaryn, the Casts of Fear the Walking Dead and Wet Hot American Summer, and More

Aug 07, 2015

Under the Radar is excited to announce the full details of the August/September 2015 issue, which is available digitally now (via Under the Radar's app and the magazine apps Zinio, Readly, and Readbug), has shipped out to subscribers and stores and will be on all newsstands soon. It features CHVRCHES on the cover. Garbage's Shirley Manson discusses the 20th anniversary of the band's self-titled debut album. We talk to the creators and various cast members of Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp. Star Cliff Curtis and producer Gale Anne Hurd talk about The Walking Dead companion series Fear the Walking Dead. The issue also includes interviews with Beach House, New Order, Foals, Beirut, Jesse Eisenberg, Low, FFS, Destroyer, Wolf Alice, Tamaryn, Telekinesis, Ducktails, DRINKS, Briana Marela, LA Priest, Jaakko Eino KaleviChelsea Wolfe, and more.  More

Listen: Low - “What Part of Me”

Ones and Sixes Due Out September 11 via Sub Pop

Aug 03, 2015

Low recently announced their new album, Ones and Sixes, which is due out on Sub Pop on September 11. Back when it was announced the band shared "No Comprende." Now they have shared another song from the album, "What Part of Me." More

Jun 23, 2015

The ever durable Low have announced a new album and has shared a song from it, "No Comprende." Ones and Sixes is due out on Sub Pop on September 11 and was co-produced by Low and engineer BJ Burton in Eau Claire, Wisconsin at Justin Vernon's April Base Studios. More

Jan 31, 2015

On Jan 26, Low performed at Barby in Tel Aviv, Israel.  More

Listen: Low Cover Rihanna

Proceeds Go to Rock For Kids

Sep 12, 2013

Because Rihanna is the artist to cover (right Zola JesusBat For Lashes, and Jessie Ware?) Low recently took on the singer’s single “Stay.”  More

Jun 13, 2013

Minnesota trio Low have premiered a music video for "Plastic Cup," the latest single off their new album The Invisible Way. More

Listen: Low - “Just Make It Stop”

Off Upcoming Album The Invisible Way

Jan 09, 2013

Celebrating their 20th anniversary as a band this year Low will soon release their 10th studio album The Invisible Way. More

Nov 28, 2012

Reaching the 20 year mark as a band together in 2013 Minnesota trio Low have announced that they will reach the milestone with a new album titled The Invisible Way. More

Watch: Low’s “Especially Me”

Riding the Rails With Low

Aug 17, 2011

Today, Low released the video for “Especially Me,” the second track receive the visual treatment from recently released album, C’mon. We have the clip.  More

Low Perform Acoustic NPR Set

"Tiny Desk Concert" Features Three Songs from C'Mon

May 26, 2011

Low stopped by NPR to perform a "Tiny Desk Concert."  More

Watch: Low’s “Try to Sleep” (Featuring John Stamos)

Just Your Average Drive in the Country…Right?

Apr 13, 2011

File this one under “That’s so crazy it might just work.” Actor John Stamos stars in Low’s new music video for C’mon track, “Try and Sleep." Yup.  More

C’mon Low, Tour!

Oh Look, They Are!

Feb 02, 2011

Low is heading out on a worldwide tour in support of forthcoming album C’mon (out April 12 via Sub Pop). We have the dates.  More

C’mon: Low to Release New Album

April 12, 2011 Via Sub Pop

Jan 20, 2011

Low recently finished new album C’mon—due out April 12 via Sub Pop. We have the details.  More

Pygmalion Music Festival Announces Lineup and Schedule

From September 16th to 19th, Illinois is the Place to Be for Iron & Wine, The Antlers, My Brightest Diamond, Low, etc.

Aug 13, 2009

Longing for one last summer-ish experience? Well, if you're in Champaign-Urbana Illinois, the fifth annual Pygmalion Music Festival has you covered. A mere $60 dollars gets you four days of music, including such notable indie bands as Iron & Wine, The Books, My Brightest Diamond, The Antlers, Headlights, Wavves, BLK JKS, Autolux, Low, Japandroids, YACHT, and Ra Ra Riot. We have the full lineup and schedule. More


2015 Artist Survey: Low

Alan Sparhawk on Music Streaming, Childhood Memories, Star Wars, and the Genius of Taylor Swift

Feb 16, 2016

For Under the Radar's 13th annual Artist Survey we emailed some of our favorite artists a few questions relating to 2015. We asked them about their favorite albums of the year and their thoughts on various notable 2015 news stories involving either the music industry or world events, as well as some quirkier personal questions. Here are some answers from Alan Sparhawk of Low. The band's latest album, Ones and Sixes, was released in 2015 via Sub Pop.  More

Nov 17, 2015

Alan Sparhawk says I caught him on a chatty day, something that seems to surprise him as much as it does me. Knowing him only through the 11 resolutely inward-looking albums he has made with Mimi Parker, his wife and co-leader in Low, I don't expect him to be quite so outgoing and approachable.  More

Nov 16, 2015

After 22 years as one-half of the husband-and-wife songwriting team in Low, vocalist/guitarist Alan Sparhawk has developed a thesis on longevity. Bands that have been around so long inevitably fall into one of two categories: they either survive by carving out a distinctly identifiable sound and repeating it over and over, or they never allow their aesthetic to fully congeal and attempt to reinvent themselves with each release. More


Ones and Sixes

Ones and Sixes

Sub Pop

Sep 08, 2015

Mimi Parker and Alan Sparhawk and their bassist (Steve Garrington has served in the role since 2011) have long been making only two kinds of records; completely essential, passionate, cohesive and cogent statements, or those that are merely excellent and serve as a nice collection of tunes. More

Green Man Festival 2013 - Edwyn Collins, The Horrors, Low, Fuck Buttons, Band of Horses, and more

Sep 06, 2013

The Green Man Festival has, in the 10 years since its inception, evolved from a one-day, 300-capacity campfire folk show into a week-long, eclectic event playing home to some 22,000 guests. Amongst British festival-goers it has a reputation as one of the summer's highlights and is spoken of as being a world away from the laddish, lager lout-infested, drug-peddling havens that make up the larger part of the Brit festival circuit. More

The Invisible Way

The Invisible Way


Mar 18, 2013

Gradual change is rare for most groups, but Duluth, MN trio Low has morphed from a slowcore band into a folk-tinged rock outfit over its 20 years of existence. Like most indie bands, Low will trot out a new production style or genre experiment alongside each full-length release. More