C’mon, the latest from Low, consists of a 10 songs recorded in a former Catholic Church in Duluth, Minnesota. Mixed in Hollywood, the record promises echoing percussion and sweet vocal harmonies. The album will be the band’s ninth.
Guitarist Alan Sparhawk said:
With the last couple of records, we were grappling with something outside of ourselves. This one feels more like, ‘Well, forget that. I’m looking in your eyes right now, and we need to figure out how to get through the next moment, together, as human beings.
A full United States tour in support of the album is to follow. In the meantime, Low can be seen opening for Explosions in the Sky at Radio City Music Hall’s New York City tour date.