Team Spirit Announces Spring Tour with Peace * Debut EP Out Now

Team Spirit Announces Spring Tour With Peace Debut Self-Titled EP Out Today On VICE Records / WBR

Team Spirit are thrilled to announce their US Spring tour with Peace. The Brooklyn rock band, fronted by former Passion Pit member Ayad Al Adhamy, just wrapped up select dates with The Joy Formidable. Starting April 30th, Team Spirit will be supporting UK buzz band/NME cover darlings Peace for dates across the US in support of their self-titled debut EP, which came out last week on VICE Records / Warner Bros. Records. Check out the band’s new video for “Jesus He’s Alright” below.

The band is available for press. EP Release Party and performance in NYC at Swat Bar next Thursday, April 25th. Album downloads and guest list available upon request.

“Jesus, He’s Alright” Official Video on YouTube

‘Team Spirit’ EP Tracklisting

01 Jesus He’s Alright!
02 MRDR It’s Ok
03 Fuck The Beach
04 Teenage Love
05 Phenomenon

Confirmed North American Tour Dates:

EP Release Party:

04.25 – Swat Bar, 59 Canal St – New York, NY
21+, $10 at the door (no advance tix), doors at 9pm.

With Peace:

05.30 – Brick & Mortar – San Francisco, CA
05.31 – Echo – Los Angeles, CA
06.01 – Constellation Room – Santa Ana, CA
06.03 – Larimer Lounge – Denver, CO
06.05 – Turf Club – Minneapolis, MN
06.06 – Schubas – Chicago, IL
06.08 – Rock & Roll Hotel – Washington, DC
06.10 – Johnny Brendas – Philadelphia, PA
06.11 – Knitting Factory – Brooklyn, NY
06.12 – Mercury Lounge – New York, NY
06.13 – Brighton Music Hall – Boston, MA

“Brooklyn’s Team Spirit offer up a component that few of their compatriots are wiling to exude: pure grime.” -Consequence Of Sound

“Team Spirit is Hellbent on making all current British guitar rock bands sound like unfit wankers.” – The Boston Phoenix

“Crunchy power-pop garage rock… with its sixties-style wordless sing-alongs, wandering bassline, and infinitely catchy guitar riffs. Check it out.” -Pretty Much Amazing

The Postelles Announce Tour Dates With Atlas Genius, New Album “…And It Shook Me” Out April 23

The Postelles will release their sophomore album, …And It Shook Me, on April 23 via +1 Records. Paste premiered the newest single, “Heavy Eyes,” here, noting the band’s evolved sound since the release of their debut self-titled album, which the band co-produced with The Strokes’ guitarist Albert Hammond Jr. …And It Shook Me is available now for pre-order on iTunes.

The Postelles premiered the video for “Caught By Surprise” from the album on VEVO here, which features an elderly couple who turn out to be amiable con-artists.

NYLON praised the band for their “ridiculously catchy, sing-along chorus indie rock anthems.”

The Postelles will be supporting Atlas Genius on tour this May and June.

The Postelles – Upcoming Tour Dates


20 – Santa Barbara, CA – Soho Restaurant & Music Club *

22 – Sacramento, CA – Harlow’s Night Club *

24 – Portland, OR – Wonder Ballroom *

26 – Vancouver, BC – Venue *

29 – Salt Lake City, UT – Kilby Court *

31 – Denver, CO – Bluebird Theater *


1 – Colorado Springs, CO – The Black Sheep *

4 – Minneapolis, MN – Fine Line Music Café *

6 – Indianapolis, IN – Deluxe *

7 – Columbus, OH – Newport Music Hall *

* – w/ Atlas Genius

Stay tuned for more US tour dates to be announced soon.

Mount Kimbie Release “Blood and Form,” New Album Out May 28th

Photo Credit: Maxwell Tomlinson

Cold Spring Fault Less Youth Out May 28th Via Warp

“A subtle epic.” – FADER

“The first single from Cold Spring Fault Less Youth “Made to Stray,” is Mount Kimbie nudging their way toward the dancefloor, interested in filling space as much clearing room for it … By the time the vocal comes in, you’re hooked.” – Pitchfork (Best New Track)

After releasing the mesmerising, percussive “Made to Stray” just a few weeks ago, Mount Kimbie now reveal “Blood and Form” from their forthcoming second album, Cold Spring Fault Less Youth. As with “Made to Stray,” “Blood and Form” marks a noticeable shift in the duo’s use of vocals; the melodies are equally hypnotic but “Blood and Form” has a raw and hazy edge. Listening to the two tracks side by side shows the evolution of Mount Kimbie’s sound and the breadth of their new material.

Hear new track “Blood and Form” here

Mount Kimbie ‘Blood and Form’ (album ‘Cold Spring Fault Less Youth’)

Recorded in their South London studio, Mount Kimbie’s eagerly awaited sophomore record Cold Spring Fault Less Youth will be released on May 28th through Warp Records.

Since 2009, Dominic Maker and his partner in Mount Kimbie, Kai Campos, have played a central role in forging a new form for electronic music. Their influence stretches far beyond the tiny corner of the dance music underground that birthed them. They have repeatedly confounded expectations, transforming themselves from bedroom-studio producers to creators of one of the most fully realized electronic album-length statements of recent years and refining their live show to incorporate a drummer. With their second album, Cold Spring Fault Less Youth, finally completed, the perception of Mount Kimbie looks set to expand again.

Cold Spring Fault Less Youth combines the electronic sensibilities of Crooks and Lovers but sees Mount Kimbie moving out of the bedroom and into a professional studio. Informed by their live shows, Dom and Kai have introduced more live instruments to broaden their sound including drums and horns, as well as experimenting with vocals. The duo have undoubtedly grown, they are more experienced, more mature, more self-aware. “Two years is a long time,” says Maker. “Tastes change, what you want out of your life changes, and so on. Naturally, how we want to sound has changed too.” Expanding from the confines of dance music, the resulting album feels looser, richer and more enveloping than the duo’s past work, yet still retains that Mount Kimbie sound.

The new record also features two collaborations with the enigmatic artist King Krule who lends his distinctive, discontented vocals to “You Took Your Time” and “Meter, Pale, Tone.” Having been friends and mutual fans of each other for some time, the collaboration between Mount Kimbie and King Krule came about naturally and they intend to work together again.

Cold Spring Fault Less Youth
(May 28th, Warp Records)

1. Home Recording
2. You Took Your Time (feat. King Krule)
3. Break Well
4. Blood and Form
5. Made To Stray
6. So Many Times, So Many Ways
7. Lie Near
8. Meter, Pale, Tone (feat. King Krule)
9. Slow
10. Sullen Ground
11. Fall Out

Upcoming Tour Dates
2nd May – Certain People @ Berghain, Berlin, DE
4th May – Sound City Festival, Liverpool
5th May – Night + Day Festival, Lisbon, Portugal (with the xx)
10th May – Poolbar mit Pratersauna, Vienna, AT
11th May – Imagine Festival @ Kaserne, Basel, CH
18th May – Night + Day Festival, Berlin, DE (with the xx)
24th May – London Calling @ Paradiso, Amsterdam, NL
25th May – Field Day Festival, London
30th May – Bowery Ballroom, New York, USA #
31st May – Union Transfer, Philadelphia, USA #
1st June – Black Cat, Washington, USA #
2nd June – The Sinclair, Cambridge, USA #
4th June – SAT, Montreal, Canada #
5th June – The Hoxton, Toronto, Canada #
7th June – Magic Stick, Detroit, USA #
8th June – Lincoln, Chicago, USA #
9th June – Turner Hall Ballroom, Milwaukee, USA #
10th June – Fine Line Music Cafe, Minneapolis, USA #
13th June – Fortune Sound Club, Vancouver, USA #
14th June – Neumos, Seattle, USA #
15th June – Doug Fir Lounge, Portland, USA #
17th June – The Independent, San Francisco, USA #
18th June – Echoplex, Los Angeles, USA #
23rd June – Night + Day Festival, Osterley Park, London (with the xx)

# w/Holy Other

Muse Extends The 2nd Law World Tour Dates

Grammy Award winning British rock band Muse today announced additional arena dates as part of The 2nd Law world tour. The trio is touring in support of their sixth album The 2nd Law, which was released by Warner Bros. Records in October of 2012. Tickets for all newly announced dates will be on-sale beginning this Friday, April 12th at 10:00 AM. Cage The Elephant will open all new shows (see below for a complete list of dates). members will have the first opportunity to purchase tickets to these dates during a pre-sale which will being on Thursday, April 11th at 10:00 AM and end the same day at 10:00 PM. To be eligible, you must sign up to be a member at before Monday, April 8th. Fans should log into their member profile for further details on the pre-sale.

Muse is Matt Bellamy, Dominic Howard and Chris Wolstenholme. Since forming in 1994, they have released five studio albums selling upwards of 15 million albums worldwide. The group’s last album The Resistance reached No. 1 in 19 countries around the world, and they have won numerous awards around the world including a Best Rock Album Grammy Award and an American Music Award for The Resistance. In July 2012 Muse’s song “Survival” was adopted as the official song of the 2012 Olympic Games in London. Muse is currently on the road for its 2013 North American tour in support of the Grammy nominated The 2nd Law. The album’s first single “Madness” broke the record for the most weeks at No. 1 on Billboard’s Alternative Chart.


9/3 – Charlotte, North Carolina – Time Warner Center Arena*

9/4 – Atlanta, Georgia – Gwinnett Arena*

9/6 – Nashville, Tennessee – Bridgestone Arena*

9/8 – Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania – Consol Energy Center*

9/9 – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania – Wells Fargo Center*

9/11 – Washington, District of Columbia – Verizon Center*

9/17 – Denver, Colorado – Pepsi Center*

9/19 – Salt Lake City, Utah – EnergySolutions Arena*

* On-sale Friday, April 12th at 10:00 AM

* With Cage The Elephant


4/9 – Toronto, ON – Air Canada Centre [SOLD OUT]

4/10 – Toronto, ON – Air Canada Centre

4/12 – Boston, MA – TD Garden

4/13 – Uncasville, CT – Mohegan Sun Arena

4/15 – New York, NY – Madison Square Garden

4/16 – New York, NY – Madison Square Garden

4/19 – E. Rutherford, NJ – IZOD Center

4/23 – Montreal, QC – Bell Centre

4/24- Montreal, QC – Bell Centre

4/26 – Quebec City, QC – Colisée Pepsi

Coliseum Announce Tour, New Song “Fuzzbang”




Following the impending release of their latest and most accomplished album, Sister Faith (due April 30 on Temporary Residence Ltd.), Louisville’s Coliseum will embark on a thorough run of dates across the eastern half of North America, their first tour in nearly two years. Sister Faith’s potent amalgamation of the unchecked energy of punk, the anthemic melodies of post-hardcore, and the caustic sonic textures of noise-rock practically beg to be enjoyed as a visceral experience in the confines of a sweaty rock club. Following a run of headlining dates the trio will join genre-defying quartet Baroness as support on the Georgia band’s first run of dates since their derailing bus accident in the UK last year.

Coliseum’s Ryan Patterson adds, “We’re looking forward to powering up the amps and bringing the new material from Sister Faith to life live and loud, as well as reanimating some older tunes we haven’t played in many years. We’re very happy to have some excellent bands opening for us along the way; from California X, one of our favorite new bands, to Red Hare, the new Dischord band featuring 3/4 of the legendary Swiz,including guitarist Jason Farrell (also of Bluetip and Retisonic) who guests on Sister Faith. It’s also humbling to be joining our good friends in Baroness on their first tour back after their harrowing brush with mortality. Our history together spans the last decade (beginning when they played Coliseum’s first show in a Louisville rental hall in 2004) and we consider them among our closest allies in this journey.”

“[Coliseum] effortlessly move through a range of genres and emotions, touching on early ’90s alternative, late ’90s indie rock, ’80s new wave and timeless Louisville hardcore.” – DECIBEL


4-27 Kent, UK- Platform 5, Ashford

4-28 Cornwall, UK- Live Bar, Truro

4-29 Brighton, UK- Green Door Store =

4-30 Leeds, UK- Brudenell Social Club =

5-1 Bristol, UK- The Exchange =

5-2 London, UK- XOYO =

5-10 Louisville, KY- Zanzabar *

5-12 Chicago, IL- Empty Bottle

5-13 Detroit, MI- Magic Stick

5-14 Hamilton, ON – The Casbah

5-15 Toronto, ON- Horeshoe Tavern ^

5-16 Ottawa, ON- Mavericks ^

5-17 Boston, MA- TT and The Bears ^

5-19 New Haven, CT- Cafe Nine ^

5-21 Brooklyn, NY- Knitting Factory +

5-22 Philadelphia, PA- Kung Fu Necktie +

5-23 Washington, DC- Black Cat +

5-24 Baltimore, MD- Ottobar (Maryland Deathfest Afterparty)

5-26 Asheville, NC- Static Age Records #

5-27 Durham, NC- The Pinhook $

5-29 Atlanta, GA- 529

5-30 New Orleans, LA- Circle Bar

6-01 Austin, TX- Chaos in Tejas %

6-02 Dallas, TX- Doublewide Bar

6-04 Lawrence, KS -Granada Theatre %

6-05 St, Louis- MO- The Firebird %

6-08 Grand Rapids, MI- Pyramid Scheme %

6-09 Madison, WI- The Majestic Theatre %

6-11 Indianapolis, IN- Deluxe @ Old National Theatre %

6-12 Cincinnati, OH- Taft Ballroom %

6-14 Pittsburgh, PA- Mr. Small’s %

6-15 Huntington, WV- V Club %

= w/ Narrows

* w/ Anwar Sadat, Tropical Trash

^ w/ California X

+ w/ Red Hare

# w/ US Christmas

$ w/ Brokeback

% w/ Baroness

Mumford & Sons Announce Upcoming North American Tour Dates

Mumford & Sons are pleased to announce the details of their upcoming North American tour. The band will be performing a number of shows through May and June, beginning on May 21 in Calgary before playing shows along the West Coast and Southwestern states. All of the band’s headlining shows will be supported by Michael Kiwanuka and Mystery Jets. For a full itinerary, please see below.

Tickets for Mumford & Sons headline shows will be available as part of an Invitation Onsale, which will begin Monday, March 25th, exclusively at Fans can register for an invitation to purchase early tickets for up to five shows along the tour (excluding festivals). The Invitation On-sale is designed to give as many people as possible an equal chance to purchase tickets, and to ensure that as many tickets as possible end up in the hands of fans. For more information, visit There will also be a traditional on-sale following the invitation on-sale, which will be next Friday, April 05, for all dates.

The tour also includes the band’s headlining slot at the annual Bonnaroo Music Festival on June 15 in Manchester, TN, and precedes the band’s anticipated “Gentlemen of the Road Stopover” shows, happening in August and September in Simcoe, ON; Troy, OH; Guthrie, OK; and St. Augustine, FL. Following the success of last year’s Stopovers, the band expanded the Stopovers to two-day events. For more information, go to:

Mumford & Sons Upcoming Tour Dates

5/21 – Calgary, AB @ Scotiabank Saddledome*

5/22 – Edmonton, AB @ Rexall Place*

5/24 – Surrey, BC @ Holland Park*

5/26 – George, WA @ Sasquatch Music Festival

5/27 – Portland, OR @ Rose Garden Arena*

5/29 – Berkeley, CA @ Greek Theatre*

5/30 – Berkeley, CA @ Greek Theatre*

5/31 – Berkeley, CA @ Greek Theatre*

6/02 – San Bernardino, CA @ Glen Helen Regional Park*

6/03 – Chula Vista, CA @ Sleep Train Amphitheatre*

6/05 – Phoenix, AZ @ Desert Sky Pavilion*

6/06 – Taos, NM @ Kit Carson Park*

6/08 – Austin, TX @ Austin 360 Amphitheater*

6/09 – Austin, TX @ Austin 360 Amphitheater*

6/11 – Dallas, TX @ Gexa Energy Pavilion*

6/12 – The Woodlands, TX @ Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion*

6/13 – New Orleans, LA @ Mardi Gras World*

6/15 – Manchester, TN @ Bonnaroo Music Festival

6/17 – Bonner Springs, KS @ Cricket Wireless Amphitheatre*

6/20 – Telluride, CO @ Telluride Bluegrass Festival

8/02-04 – Montreal, QC @ Osheaga Festival

8/23-24 – Simcoe, ON @ Gentlemen of the Road Stopover

8/30-31 – Troy, OH @ Gentlemen of the Road Stopover

9/06-07 – Guthrie, OK @ Gentlemen of the Road Stopover

9/13-14 – St. Augustine, FL @ Gentlemen of the Road Stopover

*w/Michael Kiwanuka, Mystery Jets

ON AN ON North American Spring Tour Dates + Wild Honey Pie Buzzsessions news

Chicago/Minneapolis trio ON AN ON have announced North American spring tour dates with Savoir Adore. The band are fresh off an incredible SXSW debut that saw them touted by Time Magazine as the #1 band to catch, named one of Paste Magazine’s Bands To See, and featured as one of 20 select acts at SXSW in NPR’s All Songs Considered’s festival preview. In May they embark upon their second European tour so far in 2013, with dates across the continent and an appearance at the Great Escape Festival in Brighton, UK (Upcoming tour dates below).

“If I’m being honest, the one SXSW song that I’ve listened to most is ‘Ghosts,’ by the moody, ethereal and distorted rock group ON AN ON. Consider me enamored.” – TIME Magazine

ON AN ON have had much to be excited about since the January 29th release of their well-received debut album Give In on Roll Call Records. In addition to wide ranging critical praise for their album and a quickly growing fan base, they were recently featured as one of iTunes “Best New Artists” and the epic music video for their single “The Hunter” has entered rotation at MTVu and MTV2.

Watch the music video for “The Hunter”

While on tour in February, ON AN ON stopped by Degraw Sound in Brooklyn, NY to record a Buzzsession with The Wild Honey Pie. Beautifully shot and with the impeccable audio of a live studio session recording, the two songs captured for this session are worth a watch, especially for anybody who has yet to catch the band live.

Watch “The Hunter” Buzzsessions from The Wild Honeypie

“From the airy synths on “Ghosts” to the bursting drums on “The Hunter”, there’s a bounding energy backed by electro beats on Give In that’s really difficult to leave alone.” – Consequence of Sound

Upcoming Tour Dates:

* = w/ Savoir Adore


04 – Washington, DC – Rock ‘n Roll Hotel*

05 – Harrisonburg, VA – MacRock Fest

06 – Chapel Hill, NC – Local 506*

08 – Athens, GA – Georgia Theatre Rooftop*

09 – Atlanta, GA – The Drunken Unicorn*

11 – Columbus, OH – Rumba Café*

12 – Toronto, ON – The Drake*

13 – Montreal, QC – Club Lambi*

14 – Boston, MA – Church of Boston*

16 – Burlington, VT – Signal Kitchen*

18 – New York, NY – Knitting Factory

26 – Minneapolis, MN – 7th Street Entry


02 – Birmingham, UK – Rainbow

03 – Liverpool, UK – Sound City

04 – Leeds, UK – Live At Leeds

05 – Manchester, UK – Deaf Institute

06 – Bristol, UK – Louisiana

07 – Gehnt, Belgium – Charlatan

08 – Utrecht, Netherlands – Tivoli

09 – Cologne, Germany – Gerbaude 9

10 – Berlin, Germany – Haus Ungarn (Ex HBC)

12 – Vienna, Austria – Chelsea

14 – Zurich, Switzerland – Papiersaal

15 – Paris, France – Maroquinerie

16 – Brighton, UK – Great Escape Festival

17 – Milton Keynes, UK – Craufurd Arms

18 – Luxembourg, BE – Food For Your Senses Festival

20 – London, UK – Cargo

07-09 – New York, NY – Governors Ball Music Festival

Diamond Rings remixes with Youngblood Hawke and tour dates with O.M.D.


Diamond Rings and Los Angeles indie alternative quintet, Youngblood Hawke have swapped remixes! Youngblood Hawke added a devilishly danceable energy to the Canadian stalwart’s single “Runaway Love,” while Diamond Rings took on “Last Time,” giving it a fresh and fiery spin. You can stream both of the remixes via soundcloud now, check them out here.

In addition to seven spectacular performances at SXSW (Brooklyn Vegan, FILTER, VEVOtv and Spotify to name a few), Diamond Rings is thrilled to announce an extensive tour as special guests of British New Wave pioneers, Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark (O.M.D.) to kick off next month.

Last fall, the band made their network TV debut performance performing “I’m Just Me” from their sophomore release Free Dimensional on The Late Show With David Letterman, followed by a performance on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno. Check out the fantastic new video for the current single “Runaway Love” in addition to an acoustic version of the song which premiered on Rolling Stone.

Free Dimensional (co-produced with the Grammy-nominated Damian Taylor [Bjork, The Killers, Prodigy, UNKLE, Robyn, Austra]) retains the melodicism, clever juxtapositions, and lyrical honesty that garnered kudos for the debut, Special Affections. What’s different this time around is how the songs were conceived and produced. “I wanted the first album to have that homespun quality,” John O explains (whose fashion-forward glam-style was recently compared to Lada Gaga in Entertainment Weekly). Back then, he was wary of too many high-tech bells and whistles. “A big part of being afraid of something is not understanding it,” he admits. “Once I became more comfortable with the medium of electronic music, it was only natural to want to improve.”

Acclaim for Free Dimensional:

“EW Recommends” – Entertainment Weekly

“Diamond Rings Shine” – Billboard

“…it’s a must-download for us.” –

“Smokey and glam” –

“Hook after perfect pop hook” – TinyMixTapes


3/22 Toronto, ON, Kool Haus*

4/5 Vancouver, BC Commodore Ballroom

4/6 Seattle , WA The Showbox

4/7 Portland, OR Wonder Ballroom

4/10 Salt Lake City, UT The Depot

4/12 San Francisco, CA The Regency

4/15 Los Angeles, CA The Fonda Theatre

7/12 Philadelphia, PA Union Transfer

7/13 Washington, DC 9:30 Club

7/15 Boston, MA Paradise Club

7/17 New York, NY Terminal 5

7/19 Toronto, ON Danforth Music Hall

7/20 Detroit, MI St. Andrew’s Hall

7/22 Minneapolis, MN Varsity Theatre

7/23 Chicago, IL Metro

8/4 Montreal, QC Osheaga Music and Arts Festival*

*NOT part of the O.M.D. tour

Anamanaguchi Announce US Tour and Share New Track

n May 14th, self-described hacker boyband producers Anamanaguchi will release their most versatile and ambitious record yet, Endless Fantasy. After three years of work, the album will finally be available via their own dream.hax label. They’ve already started the party with the pop-punk/rave infused music video for “Meow,” and are psyched to now share the album art (above), the track listing to Endless Fantasy, and a brand new song off the record. Endless Fantasy is an insane 77 minutes and 22 tracks long and is full of wildly different styles, with each song serving as a link to it’s own distinct fantasy world. It’s an album about REALITY and DREAMS, being young and wanting agency in an infinite existence. Listen to and share their ode to the cosmos, “Planet.”


Also, the Anamanaguchi will be touring throughout May and June, with shows all across the USA. Check out the tour dates below.


Thu 5/16 Hamden, CT @ The Space

Fri 5/17 New York, NY @ Irving Plaza

Sat 5/18 Boston, MA @ The Sinclair

Sun 5/19 Philadelphia, PA @ North Star Bar

Tue 5/21 Montreal, QC @ Il Motore

Wed 5/22 Ottawa, ON @ Maverick’s

Thu 5/23 Toronto, ON @ The Hoxton

Fri 5/24 Detroit, MI @ Shelter At St. Andrew’s

Sat 5/25 Chicago, IL @ Lincoln Hall

Sun 5/26 Minneapolis, MN @ Triple Rock

Tue 5/28 Iowa City, IA @ Blue Moose

Wed 5/29 St Louis, MO @ The Demo

Thu 5/30 Lawrence, KS @ Jackpot

Fri 5/31 Denver, CO @ Marquis Theater

Sat 6/1 Salt Lake City, UT @ The Shred Shed

Tue 6/4 Vancouver, BC @ The Biltmore Cabaret

Thu 6/6 Seattle, WA @ Chop Suey

Fri 6/7 Portland, OR @ Backspace

Sat 6/8 San Francisco, CA @ Brick + Mortar Music Hall

Sun 6/9 San Francisco, CA @ Rickshaw

Tue 6/11 Los Angeles, CA @ Echoplex (Check Yo Ponytail)


1. Endless Fantasy

2. Japan Air

3. Echobo

4. Planet

5. Viridian Genesis

6. John Hughes

7. Prom Night

8. Interlude (Genopedie No 1)

9. Akira

10. SPF 420

11. Interlude (Total Tea Time)

12. Meow

13. Canal Paradise

14. Snow Angels

15. In The Basement

16. U n ME

17. Space Wax America


19. Interlude (STILL ‘SPLODIN’)

20. Pastel Flags

21. Bosozoku GF

22. (T-T)b

Low’s “The Invisible Way” Out Today

Sub Pop Records is excited to announce the official release of Low’s new record, The Invisible Way. Out today, March 19, the album is already getting raves from the media around the globe.

NPR hailed, “most of these songs land squarely in that sweet spot where darkness and worry are swathed in pristine beauty,” while Filter said that Low “continues to evolve into a better version of themselves…they maintain the patient emotional tone that has drawn fans to their music over the years while refining their sound into something even deeper.” Meanwhile, overseas, MOJO gave The Invisible Way four stars, called it “one of the band’s strongest albums,” and said, “immersion in The Invisible Way’s melancholia is a sublime pleasure,” and Uncut awarded it “Album of the Month” status, and claimed, “in its own quiet way, it’s as confrontational as anything the Duluth trio has ever done.”

The Invisible Way was produced by Wilco’s Jeff Tweedy, engineered by Tom Schick and recorded in Wilco’s studio in Chicago, IL, during the fall of 2012. The album finds Low’s majestic melancholy in full bloom yet distinguishes itself with its starker, unadorned soundscapes, layered harmonies and drummer/vocalist extraordinaire Mimi Parker singing lead on five of the 11 songs. The album tackles large issues (“the songs are about intimacy, the drug war, the class war, plain old war war,
archaeology and love,” says Sparhawk) in a manner that plays a stunning counterpoint to the sublime hush of the music.

On Thursday, March 7, saki, the boutique record store, art gallery and performance space in Chicago, partnered with the City of Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events to present Low and The Invisible Way album producer and Wilco frontman Jeff Tweedy in their “Off the Record” series. At the event, Low played several stripped down versions of songs off the new record. AV Club was able to capture a few of these songs on video. Watch “Holy Ghost” and “Plastic Cup” from the links provided below.

The band’s North American tour began in Toronto on March 16. The remaining dates are below.


20 – New York, NY – Society for Ethical Culture *

22 – Chicago, IL – Metro +

23 – St. Paul, MN – Fitzgerald Theatre x

29 – Denver, CO – Larimer Lounge#

30 – Provo, UT – Velour#


2 – Los Angeles, CA – Troubadour#

3 – San Francisco, CA – Great American Music Hall#

5 – Portland, OR – Mississippi Studios#

6 – Seattle, WA – The Crocodile#

* The Wordless Music Series, ACME String Quartet opens

+ WXRT presents, Geoff Farina opens

x The Current Presents An evening with Low, featuring members of Trampled by Turtles

# Thalia Zedek opens


21 – 23 – North Adams, MA – Solid Sound Fest

The European tour dates are below:


24 – Birmingham, UK – Glee Club

25 – Manchester, UK – Central Methodist Hall

26 – Gateshead, UK – The Sage Gateshead

27 – Glasgow, UK – Classic Grand

29 – Bristol, UK – Trinity

30 – London, UK – Barbican Centre


2 – Copehnhagen, Denmark – Loppen

3 – Stockholm, Sweden – Debaser

4 – Oslo, Norway – Bla

7 – Paris, France – La Maroquinerie

8 – Brussels, Belgium – Cirque Royal – Nuits Botanique

9 – Amsterdam, The Netherlands – Paradiso De Duif

10 – Frankfurt, Germany – Zoom

11 – Bologna, Italy – Teatro Antoniano

13 – Barcelona, Spain – Casino de la Alianca

14 – Valencia, Spain – Teatro La Rambleta

15 – Zaragoza, Spain – Teatro de las Esquina

16 – Madrid, Spain – Joy Eslava

17 – Valladolid, Spain – Cupula del Milenio

18 – Biarritz, France – Atabal