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Album Review

The Low Lows create pretty, pretty lo-fi dirges driven by lightly chugging guitars, Farfisa organ, and treated vocals. Some might place them firmly in the lineage of the Velvet Underground — and the feedback squalls and oddly archaic tendencies would back that connection. But at times there's also something soft and delicately enchanting about the Low Lows that places them in line with acts like Galaxie 500, Red House Painters, or the more delicate tendencies of Sparklehorse. Highlights include the Western-gothic drama of "Dear Flies, Love Spider" and "Wolves Eat Dogs." The Low Lows also seem to be at their best when they slow things down to a funereal pace and extract every drop of drama and beauty out of each moment, as in the hauntingly gorgeous "Poor Georgia." This is a solid, lovely effort that sails on the back of strong songwriting and uniquely mournful vocals.


Formed: 2005 in Athens, GA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s

After the disbanding of Parker & Lily, P.L. Noon (aka Parker Noon) put together the haunting, lo-fi noise-drenched Low Lows, named after Parker & Lily's last album. Sound engineer Daniel Rickard (guitar, organ, bass) and Jeremy Wheatley (drums), both of whom had joined Parker & Lily for the final record, continued with Noon for the new band. They released Fire on the Bright Sky in September 2006, and a second full-length, Shining Violence, followed in 2008. Amid revolving lineups, including their...
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