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Boomkat Product Review:
It used to be that you could always rely on a Low record to sound a ‘certain way’. The Duluth, Minnesota band always sounded so bleak, so slow, and so beautifully depressing. Of course it was never all bad news – in its utter sadness the music had a tendency to uplift somehow (don’t ask me how). In recent years though the band seemed to be looking for a way to shatter people’s preconceptions – and while they didn’t exactly go ‘upbeat’, they managed to incorporate a whole host of new and increasingly bizarre production tics which alienated listeners just as much as amazed them. ‘C’mon’ is the band’s return to a more classic sound, and opener ‘Try To Sleep’ will instantly jump out and hug any die-hard fans of the band’s phenomenal ‘Trust’ LP. That aching lilt, Alan Sparhawke’s pained vocal, the propulsive, driving beat. It’s the Low that many fans assumed had left the building, and although I was a huge fan of ‘Drums and Guns’, it’s still nice to hear them going back to such a solid sound. This is carried throughout the record, and while the almost mischievousness of its predecessor is missed, ‘C’mon’ is such a solid, listenable and deeply enjoyable album it’s hard to level any criticism against it. Welcome back guys.