The Low Anthem – Oh My God, Charlie Darwin.

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THE LOW ANTHEM look set to be one of the success stories of 2009. Their stunning music ranges from evocative folk ballads sung in gorgeous falsettos to garage-roots rockers in a Tom Waits bar-room style. Click on their myspace to check out their mesmerising music…

http://www.myspace.com/lowanthem

Since their emergence in the US, THE LOW ANTHEM have been picking up rave notices in the press…

“solemnly beautiful music” – Rolling Stone

“The Low Anthem‘s music seems equally informed by Simon & Garfunkel, Bob Dylan, The Band and a late-night ride home in Joni Mitchell’s car… The Low Anthem has created something strange, beautiful and new.” – NPR Song of the Day

“Always in lock-stop harmony, like a beautifully turned double play” – Paste Magazine

“This year’s Fleet Foxes” – Steve Lamacq / BBC

“Superbly crafted, grandly eloquent songs” – The Boston Globe

“An eclectic, genre-bending compilation comprised of lurid imagery and musical complexity” – Performing Songwriter

“If there’s a new definition of Americana, The Low Anthem have created it” – Some Velvet Blog

“At their most raucous, The Low Anthem sound like a folk-rock-blues jam band, shoutin’, hollerin’ and lettin’ it all hang out… But at their calmest, the music is introspective, evocative, melody-driven and full of all the emoting, intensity and pain you could ever need” – The Tripwire

“nuanced, prescient, melodic, and stirring” – PopMatters

Oh My God, Charlie Darwin”, the debut album by THE LOW ANTHEM, will be released in June on Bella Union.

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