Directed by Jim Burns and Beth Chalmers, the new clip captures Low’s live performance beautifully. Shot in Glasgow, Scotland, the blurred visuals throughout the film extenuate the calming nature of the enchanting tune. With light reflections gently floating over the footage, it’s captivating as ever.
“Inspired by the hypnotic reflections of the River Clyde on the archways beneath Glasgow’s city bridges, this film draws parallels between the power of a single beam of sunlight and the deeply affecting personal experience one feels during Low’s live performance” said Burns and Chalmers.
Co-produced by the band and engineers BJ Burton, Ones and Sixies was placed at #35 on the official U.K Top 40 albums charts and peaked at #7 on the CMJ Top 200 chart. With only four shows booked to celebrate the release, fans of Low will have to get in quick and secure their tickets.
April 4 – Melbourne Recital Centre, Melbourne VIC
April 5 – Mojos Fremantle, Fremantle, WA
April 7 – Black Bear Lodge, Fortitude Valley, QLD- Black Bear Lodge
April 8 – Oxford Art Factory, Sydney NSW
April 9 – Eros & Thanatos, Hobart TAS
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