Low to Release Jeff Tweedy-Produced Album, The Invisible Way
With their 20th anniversary fast approaching, Minnesota rockers Low are set to release their new album The Invisible Way on March 19. The album was produced by Wilco’s Jeff Tweedy and recorded at the Loft, Wilco’s Chicago studio. Low had a chance to visit the Loft during a tour stop in Chicago and after hearing Tweedy’s work with Mavis Staples, they wanted to record with the Wilco frontman.
Low has also released a free EP, titled Plays Nice Places recorded while touring with Death Cab for Cutie’s Ben Gibbard. Check out the trailer for The Invisible Way and download Plays Nice Places below.
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