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Low to release new LP

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Low have chosen to mark their 20th anniversary by releasing an LP. Unlike many other artists marking anniversaries by releasing LPs, Low’s LP ‘The Invisible Way’ will be 100% new and original, so that’s nice and novel. Overseen by Wilco’s Jeff Tweedy in his Chicago studio, it’s set for release via Sub Pop on 18 Mar.

The band’s Alan Sparhawk shares this concise summation of its themes: “It’s about intimacy, the drug war, the class war, plain old war war, archaeology and love”.

Now it’s timeto view a very visible ‘Invisible Way’ promo trail:

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