On Low albums, the heart flutters and then stops altogether, the hushed harmonies of Alan Sparhawk and Mimi Parker slowing into nothingness -- whether over delicate strums or ascendent and doomy rock fanfare. Things We Lost In the Fire is arguably the band's opus, offering each iteration of their sound at its most emotional devastating.
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The new Low LP needs that new word to describe it once again. Absolutely marveltastic it is. Glory be the new Low LP for it has to come to save us from mediocrity and lameness. Lush beautiful songs that make you want to cry and jump for joy at the same time. Confusing emotions I know but I kid you not. Things We Lost In The Fire is brilliant.
10/10 George Thomas Customer review, 18th April 2011
this is one of the most uplifting/heartbreakingly warm records ever, each song bathes you in equal amounts of pleasure and empathy, there is very little to be said other than when Low shuffle off, they will leave behind a group of work which is without question (in my mind) - without equal. sometimes uplifting, sometimes an arm around your shoulder and sometimes a hand in the middle of your back pushing you on - they surround and support like no other, if you don't have a copy of this record, then you don't have beauty in your life. (whatever your girlfriend/wife/partner/civil or otherwise looks like)
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