Low release new album, play two shows this Saturday
It's been a week filled with Low-related news. Not only did Robert Plant swoop into town and cover not one but two of the Duluth slowcore band's songs, but they released a new video starring John Stamos that's been rippling throughout the blogosphere.
It's all good timing, too -- Low just released their new album, C'mon, and will be in the Twin Cities this weekend to play an in-store at the Electric Fetus for Record Store Day (4 p.m. on Saturday) and a show at First Avenue on Saturday night.
For more on Low's new album, read our interview with frontman Alan Sparhawk from this week's print edition. And for a chance at free tickets to the band's show in the Mainroom, head over to our Facebook page and leave a comment on our thread about Low.
LOW performs this SATURDAY, APRIL 16, at FIRST AVENUE. 18+. $20. 6 p.m.
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