The Low Anthem Vinyl, CD & tapes from this artist at Norman Records
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The Salt Doll Went To Measure The Depths Of The Sea is the fifth album by The Low Anthem. From their origins as folk revivalists through to their last album, Eyeland (2016), being wildly experimental, this is a subtle yet resolute effort that reins in the experiments. Here, they combine the folky sound of their early days with e...view item
It’s been quite a long time since we’ve heard from folkpsychrockers The Low Anthem. Just like 2011’s Smart Flesh was recorded in an old pasta sauce factory, 2016’s eyeland came into being in an old abandoned movie theater. That probably means that the album will be a visionary effor...view item
“Smart Flesh” is the fourth album by The Low Anthem and was famously recorded in an abandoned pasta sauce factory. I say famously, I remember a big deal being made of that fact when it came out.
Whilst its predecessor had a good number of gorgeous moments such as “To Ohio” it was let down an equal number of tracks...view item
For some reason the delivery of the vocal on this track reminds me of the lilted melancholy of James Taylor with added Dylanism's. The lyrics seem misty eyed and reflective with the music doing it's best to create the appropriately dour atmosphere. Like a steady sea shanty or a classic piece of folk songwriting 'To the ghosts....' sounds authe...view item
The Low Anthem mostly make beautiful music that floats around the Americana/alt. country/indie-folk genres. Gentle melodies and harmonies are the order of the day on their third album “Oh My God Charlie Darwin”. “To Ohio” is a prime example of their sound, and a great song to boot.
On “Ticket Taker” th...view item
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