Low Announces new record C’mon and World Tour

Low Announces new record C’mon and World Tour

Free MP3 of “Try to Sleep” Available Now

Longstanding Duluth, MN trio Low will release their latest full-length record, C’mon, on April 12th, 2011. Starting today, you can listen to and download “Try to Sleep,” the lead track from the upcoming album (click track name to listen). You can also see the cover art for C’mon, by clicking here. You can pre-order the bands new record now, via our website, by clicking here.

C’mon was recorded in an old church in Duluth and mixed in Hollywood with producer Matt Beckley working alongside the band. Singer Alan Sparhawk describes C’mon simply as “Warm, pretty, large like Nashville without the country. Mim and I are talking to each other in the lyrics, sometimes it’s not pretty, but it’s as honest as love.”

Low’s music recently reached a new audience via a rather unmistakable voice.  On his 2010 solo album Band of Joy, Robert Plant covered two Low songs from their 2005 release The Great Destroyer garnering a Grammy nomination for Best Solo Rock Vocal Performance for his interpretation of “Silver Rider.”

On March 16th, during this year’s South by Southwest Music Festival in Austin, TX, Low will perform an intimate and undoubtedly memorable show at St. David’s Sanctuary which will serve as the first of a 28-date world tour in support of the new album. See below for a full list of dates and stay tuned for more SXSW-related show information.

Low Tour Dates:

Wednesday March 16th – St. David’s Sanctuary (SXSW) – Austin, TX

Wednesday April 6th – Radio City Music Hall – New York, NY *

Thursday April 14th – Harbor City School – Duluth, MN

Saturday April 16th – First Avenue – Minneapolis, MN

Wednesday April 20th – Majestic Theatre – Madison, WI

Thursday April 21st – Lincoln Hall – Chicago, IL

Friday April 22nd – Headliners Music Hall – Louisville, KY

Saturday April 23rd – Andy Warhol Museum – Pittsburgh, PA (8pm & 10pm show)

Monday April 25th – First Unitarian Church – Philadelphia, PA

Tuesday April 26th – Black Cat – Washington, DC

Friday April 29th – Paramount Center – Boston, MA

Saturday April 30th – Daniel Street – Milford, CT

Monday May 2nd – Mod Club – Toronto, CAN

Tuesday May 3rd – Blind Pig – Ann Arbor, MI

Monday May 16 – Queens Social Club – Sheffield, UK

Tuesday May 17 – Classic Grand – Glasgow, UK

Wednesday May 18 -The Sage Gateshead – Gateshead, UK

Thursday May 19 – Club Academy – Manchester, UK

Friday May 20 – Trinity – Bristol, UK

Saturday May 21 – Botanique -Les Nuits du Botanique – Brussels, Belgium

Monday May 23 – Doornroosje – Nijmegen, Holland

Tuesday May 24 –  Catharina Church – Eindhoven, Holland

Wednesday May 25 – Bataclan (with Mercury Rev) – Paris, France

Friday May 27 – Primavera Sound-ATP Stage – Barcelona, Spain

Monday May 30 – Lido – Berlin, Germany

Tuesday May 31 – Knust – Hamburg, Germany

Wednesday June 1 – Gebaude 9 – Koln, Germany

Friday June 3 – Barbican – London, UK

*supporting Explosions in the Sky


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