Since first forming in 1993, Minnesota outfit Low have stood out in a crowd of indie acts blurring the lines between dreamy pop, soft shoegaze and wistful alt-rock. Founded by (now husband and wife) duo Alan Sparhawk and Mimi Parker, they’re currently back on the road touring Europe having recently announced new album ‘Double Negative‘, due for release on 14th September. Supporting the new record, we’re excited to hear they’ll be returning to Manchester in October, playing at the Grade I listed Manchester Cathedral for what we expect will be special evening for fans.
Their upcoming album has seen the band re-enlist eclectic producer B.J. Burton, utilising his extensive sonic palette, with a leaning towards glitchy electronica. The band have recently unveiled a “video triptych” for the tracks from the album, with new tracks ‘Quorum’, ‘Dancing And Blood’ and ‘Fly’, building anticipation for the new record and upcoming shows.
Low perform at Manchester Cathedral on Tuesday 16th October 2018. Tickets are available here.