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Low Returns To New Zealand For Two Shows In April

Low Returns To New Zealand For Two Shows In April

Thursday 21st January, 2016 8:00AM

Duluth-based trio Low are returning to New Zealand for two shows in April. Formed in 1993 and centred around the husband-and-wife team Alan Sparhawk (guitar and vocals) and Mimi Parker (drums and vocals), Low has built up a reputation over the last two decades for conjuring up dramatic songs that exercise both restraint and minimalism. Last September the group released their 11th studio album Ones And Sixes via Sub Pop, which is bringing them back to these shores for the first time since 2010. Here are the details...

UnderTheradar Proudly Presents…


Friday 1st April, Bodega, Wellington
Saturday 2nd April, Kings Arms, Auckland

Tickets on sale HERE at UTR, and in store from Flying Out (AKL), Slow Boat Records (WLG) and Rough Peel Music (WLG)

Here's the clip for 'Lies', a stand-out song lifted from their latest album Ones And Sixes...



Plus1 is proud to announce Minnesota band Low will perform two NZ shows in April.

1 April, Bodega, Wellington
2 April, Kings Arms, Auckland

Tickets will be available Thursday morning via UnderTheRadar

Here's the clip for 'Lies', lifted from their latest album Ones and Sixes...

Renowned for their striking vocal harmonies and minimalist arrangements, this is only Low's third time in New Zealand (they previously toured here in 2010 and 2008).

Formed in 1993 around the husband-wife duo of Alan Sparhawk and Mimi Parker, Low have produced eleven albums (including 2015’s Ones & Sixes), recorded with Steve Albini, collaborated with the Dirty Three and had their songs recorded by Led Zeppelin’s Robert Plant for his grammy nominated Band of Joy album and used by clothing manufacturer GAP for a TV advert.


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Fri 1st Apr
Bodega, Wellington
Sat 2nd Apr
Kings Arms Tavern, Auckland