Catch The Low Anthem at Union Chapel in London on Friday 29th of November 2019.
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Artist bioThe Low Anthem are an amazing indie folk band. Currently, they consist of multi-instrumentalist Jeff Prystowsky whose responsibilities include drums, vocals and double bass, Ben Knox Miller taking on guitar and vocals, Mike Irwin who plays bass trumpet and guitar, singing violinist Florence Wallis plus guitar and bassist Tyler Osborne.
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The Low Anthem were founded in 2006 by Miller and Prytowsky and promptly self-released their eponymously titled debut album the same year followed by What The Crow Brings in 2007. The latter was such a DIY project that it was recorded in band members’ apartments and saw the group take to dumpster diving to find cereal boxes to fold, hand paint and glue into albums sleeves.
Again, they self-released their third album Oh My God, Charlie Darwin in 2008. The record only took ten days to record and sticking to their DIY ethos the first 2000 copies had the covers hand painted and silkscreened.
Their 2011 album Smart Flesh was recorded in an old abandoned pasta factory because of the unique reverb sound the space created. They returned to the factory for the albums launch gig. They returned five years later with their forth LP Eyeland which takes the listener on a journey by using sonic experimentalism to conjure an abstract story:
“It’s hard to detail the narrative without giving away the surprise ending, ” Miller says, speaking about Eyeland, “The album exists in the dreamt reality of a few children who experience a traumatic break from innocence when an air hockey table catches fire and burns down one of their houses. The valley that they live in turns into a nightmare of paranoia and then there’s a battle to regain control over their consciousness.”
Their latest album is titled The Salt Doll Went To Measure The Depth Of The Sea. Released last year, it was written in the wake of a road accident which destroyed the bands instruments and hospitalised a number of members:
“I remember looking at the burning van wrapped around a steel pole and knowing it was the end [of an era for the band]. I wasn't hurt so I rented a box truck and packed up all our broken instruments and drove them from D.C. to Providence. That night I was reading Kay Larsen's biography of John Cage, Where the Heart Beats, and came across the Salt Doll fable. I have found several versions of the Salt Doll story, but all basically tell the story of a doll that wants to know the ocean. The ocean says 'come in.' It puts its toe in, and knows something, but loses its toe. Puts its foot in, knows more, but loses its foot... and so on. I began to imagine its journey, and 16 days later the first version of [our new] album was written and recorded.” - Ben Knox Miller
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