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American indie rock band from Duluth, Minnesota, Low, has shared a new track titled “Disappearing” produced by BJ Burton off there upcoming album project HEY WHAT.
Last month, Low announced a new album called HEY WHAT, the followup to their stunning 2018 release Double Negative. Along with the news, the band shared a lead single called “Days Like These” — a promising first glimpse that landed amongst our favorite songs that week. Today, they’re back with another. Low’s latest is called “Disappearing,” and it comes with a video directed by Dorian Wood.
Musically, “Disappearing” is the sound of anticipating, hoping, and wanting perpetually. There is no resolution in the song, no broad smile and a hardy “That’s all folks.” It’s simply three-and-a-half minutes of throbbing, unrequited yearning, Low at their very best, and it is beautiful. Parker’s and Sparhawk’s voices rise and fall like the waves they sing about. In unison, they set a scene about ships coming and going, unreality becoming reality, and longing. “Every time I see that ship go out, it feels like everything’s complete,” they sing. “But somebody somewhere is waiting, some other ocean at her feet.” The words seem plain by themselves, but as the swelling, moderately distorted chords that have been backing them up segue into the kind of noise that makes you want to check your speakers, the tone shifts completely, and the song suddenly feels newly profound.
Formed in 1993, the group is composed of founding members Alan Sparhawk (guitar and vocals) and Mimi Parker (drums and vocals). Previous bassists for the band include John Nichols from 1993 to 1994, Zak Sally from 1994 to 2005, Matt Livingston from 2005 to 2008, and Steve Garrington from 2008 to 2020. In October 2005, Sally announced he was leaving the band. Low replaced Sally with Matt Livingston, a bassist and saxophonist from Duluth’s musical scene. In addition to playing bass guitar, Livingston also played an antique Navy chaplain’s pump organ in the group. After appearing on 2007’s Drums and Guns and touring with the group, Matt Livingston left Low in 2008, to be replaced by Steve Garrington. In June 2021, the band announced an upcoming release on Sub Pop entitled HEY WHAT. The album will be released on September 10.
- Somewhere out on the ocean
- Across the waves, the rise and fall
- Deep beyond imagination
- Some kind of madness, I don’t know
- Every time I see that ship go out
- It feels like everything’s complete
- But somebody somewhere is waiting
- Some other ocean at her feet
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