'Salt Doll' Available Now
The Low Anthem's latest album, 'The Salt Doll Went to Measure the Depth of the Sea' is available now across all platforms. To order your copy or stream it now, click here. Enjoy!
The Low Anthem Announces Euro Tour
On the week preceding the release of their new album, The Low Anthem has announced they will be crossing the Atlantic for a slew of European tour dates this spring. Click here to see the full listing of dates, and click the image above to hear Folk Radio UK's take on the new album and subsequent tour!
'Salt Doll' Premieres on NPR First Listen
ANNOUNCED: MIDWEST TOUR
The Low Anthem will be making their way throughout the Midwest and even up to Canada in late March and early April this year, along with Haley Heynderickx for several dates. Click the poster above for tickets!
announced: March tour
The Low Anthem has announced a new run of dates early in 2018, covering the north and central east coast. They are excited to bring along Mega Bog as support for several of the dates, and are looking forward to kicking the tour off in their hometown venue, the Columbus Theatre. Click the poster above to get tickets!
The Low anthem announces new management, agency, publicity, and label signings
The Low Anthem has announced that, as of November 7, they have signed with manager Charles Driebe & publicist Sue Schrader of Blind Ambition Management, booking agent Frank Riley of High Road Touring, and label Joyful Noise Recordings. They are excited to move forward with these new team members, as new projects are on the horizon. Stay tuned!
THE LOW ANTHEM BRINGS NEW LIFE TO PROVIDENCE'S OWN COLUMBUS THEATRE
Following a long stint of touring, a few members of The Low Anthem sought out a new place in their hometown of Providence, RI to write and record new music. And, while much of that intent was to create their own new music, they also had in mind to lend a helping hand and offer their creative services to artists in surrounding areas who were looking for a place to record. Following the formation of a worker-owned cooperative called the "Columbus Cooperative," the members set to work and the result is a beautifully renovated theatre, still named the Columbus Theatre, that now acts as a recording studio by day and features shows from a variety of acts by night. According to New York Times writer Jesse Barron, "the aesthetic of revivalism has always held a special appeal for artists with an interest in old forms — and so it was for the folk musician Jeff Prystowsky from The Low Anthem." To read more, click HERE.
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