Concert tickets are on sale now for slowcore pioneers Low! Now is
your chance to take in the music of the band that made considerable contributions to the slowcore movement - a subgenre branded
by slow tempos and minimalist arrangements. Check right here on StubHub to see if these Duluth, Minnesota, natives are headed
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Low Concert Tickets
Treat yourself to a Low concert and you will discover firsthand
why Low is recognized for their impressive live performances. Rock club audiences usually watch the band while seated on the
floor and are privy to drastically reinterpreted cover renditions of famous tunes by bands like The Smiths and Joy Division,
in addition to their own authentic material. In concert, Low shows a lighter, humorous side not necessarily highlighted on
their recordings. For instance, at a gig in L.A. on Halloween 1998, the band surprised the audience posing as a Misfits tribute
act, decked out with corpse paint and black clothing. And in 2004 the band included a cover of Hey Ya, an Outkast hit song,
as part of their set. Low will definitely keep you on your toes when it comes to a live performance so make sure you're there
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Hailing from Duluth, Minnesota,
Low formed in the early '90s. The original band started improvising during practices with some quiet and modest themes. Wondering
how a Duluth crowd would react to their quiet music, which veered considerably from the loud, grunge sound of the era, Low
soon gave the humorous improvisation serious thought. Soon the band played a leading role in popularizing what was coined
as slowcore music.
Low Tour Schedule
Over the years, Low has released several albums, including I Could
Live in Hope, Long Division and The Curtain Hits the Cast, which established the band as critical darlings supported by an
exhaustive touring schedule to cultivate a rabid fan base. The single, Over the Ocean, also became somewhat of a hit on college
radio stations. As Low polished their style, the band evolved into producing a more diversified sound starting with the production
of Secret Name. Low used subtle electronic music touches to alter their sound and added a more evident rock element to their
aesthetic. Their album, The Great Destroyer, pointed even further in the direction of rock and garnered positive reviews.
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Low Concert Tour
Despite Low's minimal mainstream exposure, with their best-known song undeniably being the hymnal
rendition of The Little Drummer Boy used in a Gap TV ad, Low has managed to garner a loyal following through extensive touring.
And now Low is back on the road again. To get your rock tickets in advance,
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