Low's albums have followed a fascinatingly diverse arc during their tenure on Sub Pop: The life-affirming electric bombast of 2005's The Great Destroyer, their first for the label, was followed by the moodier, tightly-wound and politically-fueled Drums & Guns. Their 2011 record C'mon is majestic and intimate, an uncharacteristically clean recording with lyrics that can almost be read as a conversation between the band's founders, husband and wife Alan Sparhawk and Mimi Parker. Their goal… more »
Things We Lost in the Fire
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