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Want to Cry? Cool, Stream Low's Beautiful New Track "What Part of Me"

The long-time indie outfit release the second single from their forthcoming LP 'Ones and Sixes.'

by Bryn Lovitt
Aug 3 2015, 4:24pm

Low is the the 20-year lump in the throat of indie rock. You want to cry but you can't, because Low's music is intentionally corrosive, like tears that pool and sting in the duct. The biding tension between the verses makes their songs tip and tip as they hover right there on the brink of release. At least that's what we've come to expect from the husband-and-wife team of Mimi Parker and Alan Sparlock. However, "What Part of Me," the second single to drop from the band's forthcoming LP Ones and Sixes, aches so long and hard that it might just break the levee this time. Either way, prepare to get wet, at least from sobbing all over yourself.

Stream "What Part of Me" below via Soundcloud.