The Low Anthem

I’ll Take Out Your Ashes. A new song from The Low Anthem

May 11, 2010

The mandolin is a real nice addition to The Low Anthem. I can’t wait to hear more new stuff. Watching this band is akin to a religious experience. In case you missed it, here are a few tracks recorded during our Lollapalooza live session with The Low Anthem. The video of the new song follows. […]

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The Low Anthem – To The Ghosts Who Write History Books, from the HearYa SxSW 2010 Party

March 25, 2010

The Low Anthem didn’t perform “To The Ghosts Who Write History Books” during our live session, much to my disappointment. It’s an overlooked track from their stellar ’09 album, Oh My God, Charlie Darwin, and places their songwriting prowess at the forefront. Once I heard them introduce the song at our SxSW 2010 party, I […]

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The Low Anthem, Live Session #57

October 13, 2009

Watching The Low Anthem perform in studio was like entering a transcendent reality. They stopped in on Sunday morning, the final day of Lollapalooza and a morning that greeted most of HearYa with paralyzing hangovers. Somehow we each managed to put down a 32 oz Gatorade and a couple Jimmy Dean sausage biscuits prior to […]

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The Low Anthem – Oh My God, Charlie Darwin [Album Review]

August 24, 2009

The Low Anthem’s Oh My God, Charlie Darwin is one of the finest albums of 2009. It’s not one that immediately took me over, but for the past few months I’ve spent countless hours pouring over each song, interpreting lyrics, reading band bios and searching YouTube for videos. It’s safe to say that The Low […]

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The Low Anthem – Charlie Darwin [new mp3]

April 24, 2009

The Low Anthem will release Oh My God, Charlie Darwin via Nonesuch Records on June 9th. The first track, “Charlie Darwin,” has been offered up for you to download. It’ll appeal most to fans of slow moving acoustic music a la Fleet Foxes. The Low Anthem – Charlie Darwin Tweet

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