My inbox runneth over this past week. If new tracks from Serengeti, the Besnard Lakes and Telekinesis weren’t enough, we’re also treated to a track from Low, a couple of months after the Minnesota slowcore trio announced details of its forthcoming album, The Invisible Way.
Oh, yeah: Did I mention the album â€“ the band’s 10th â€“ was produced by Wilco’s Jeff Tweedy? Wonderful worlds of music colliding.
Like the press photo above, Low’s drummer Mimi Parker steps to the forefront for vocals on “Just Make It Stop,” one of five songs she takes lead on for the 11-track album, a wonderful development as the band celebrates its 20th anniversary this year. Nothing against Alan Sparhawk, who is a badass, but his wife’s voice is a thing of beauty, one of my favorites. Sparhawk also notes the bands increased use of piano on the album â€“ “lots of piano” â€“ and it’s all fully realized here.
The Invisible Way comes out March 19 on Sub Pop. And follow Low on Twitter.
Full track listing for The Invisible Way, via chairkickers.com:
Just Make It Stop
On My Own
To Our Knees