Classic analog vibes from Duluth, Minnesota band Low with their new video for the song "Just Make It Stop." Tight camera shots make for an intimate atmosphere, it goes well with the homespun prairie vibes from the Duluth band. The plants coming to life are a nice touch also, the video for "Just Make It Stop" could be a narrative stand on the cold, digital world that music recording has become. They make it look so organic and analog and vintage.
If you dig the song, grab an MP3 download of it here, it's from the new Low album The Invisible Way, which is out now on Sub Pop Records. It was recorded with Jeff Tweedy at Wilco's studio in Chicago after Low hit Wilco up on an invitation to check out the studio when passing through town: "While driving through Chicago on tour, we finally stopped to visit Wilco at their studio, The Loft. They had invited us to come check it out several times over the years, but this would finally be the day...What really converted us was hearing the new Mavis Staples tracks they were working on - big, simple, raw and intimate. Plans were made then and there," said the band in a statement.
Here's what's on tap for the The Invisible Way: Mimi Parker sings lead vocals on five of the songs, and the album overall hits up big, heady issues like class warfare, intimacy, big war-type wars, love, the war on drugs .... oh and archeology. There was a good love-war-love thing going until they threw in archaeology, but I guess every album needs a curveball. The band is currently on tour.
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