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Intriguingly immediate, intricately arranged folk. Initially intended as musical outlet for Kelly Dyson, Low Low Low La La La Love Love Love's full inception came in the form of a sudden, unplanned collaboration between Kelly and vocalist Natalia Brightmore. Instant musical chemistry coupled with a brief period of writing & recording yielded a complete body of bittersweet, forthright folk songs, self-released on the band's own Birds and Rodents label (UK) in 2004. Ends of June is Low Low's second outing and first U.S. release, boasting twelve new, intimate tracks saturated in the same undeniable warmth and familiarity offered on their debut. Here, the music's immediacy and accessibility fails to wane even slightly, building upon the solid groundwork laid in the first album. Natalia's amicable departure and a change in line-up has filled out Low Low, now more of a band then an acoustic folk duo. Despite these alterations, no element of overall sound is compromised as new paths are traversed with regards to instrumentation and arrangement. Self-recorded and produced in Ellis' bedroom studio, Ends of June showcases Low Low's progressive and deft grasp on songwriting. For fans of Devendra Banhart, Iron & Wine, Six Organs of Admittance, Nick Drake.
Intriguingly immediate, intricately arranged folk. Initially intended as musical outlet for Kelly Dyson, Low Low Low La La La Love Love Love's full inception came in the form of a sudden, unplanned collaboration between Kelly and vocalist Natalia Brightmore. Instant musical chemistry coupled with a brief period of writing & recording yielded a complete body of bittersweet, forthright folk songs, self-released on the band's own Birds and Rodents label (UK) in 2004. Ends of June is Low Low's second outing and first U.S. release, boasting twelve new, intimate tracks saturated in the same undeniable warmth and familiarity offered on their debut. Here, the music's immediacy and accessibility fails to wane even slightly, building upon the solid groundwork laid in the first album. Natalia's amicable departure and a change in line-up has filled out Low Low, now more of a band then an acoustic folk duo. Despite these alterations, no element of overall sound is compromised as new paths are traversed with regards to instrumentation and arrangement. Self-recorded and produced in Ellis' bedroom studio, Ends of June showcases Low Low's progressive and deft grasp on songwriting. For fans of Devendra Banhart, Iron & Wine, Six Organs of Admittance, Nick Drake.
619981221825
Low Low Low La La La Love Love Love - Ends of June

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Format: CD
Label: OELC
Catalog: 6
Rel. Date: 05/29/2007
UPC: 619981221825

Ends of June
Artist: Low Low Low La La La Love Love Love
Format: CD
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Intriguingly immediate, intricately arranged folk. Initially intended as musical outlet for Kelly Dyson, Low Low Low La La La Love Love Love's full inception came in the form of a sudden, unplanned collaboration between Kelly and vocalist Natalia Brightmore. Instant musical chemistry coupled with a brief period of writing & recording yielded a complete body of bittersweet, forthright folk songs, self-released on the band's own Birds and Rodents label (UK) in 2004. Ends of June is Low Low's second outing and first U.S. release, boasting twelve new, intimate tracks saturated in the same undeniable warmth and familiarity offered on their debut. Here, the music's immediacy and accessibility fails to wane even slightly, building upon the solid groundwork laid in the first album. Natalia's amicable departure and a change in line-up has filled out Low Low, now more of a band then an acoustic folk duo. Despite these alterations, no element of overall sound is compromised as new paths are traversed with regards to instrumentation and arrangement. Self-recorded and produced in Ellis' bedroom studio, Ends of June showcases Low Low's progressive and deft grasp on songwriting. For fans of Devendra Banhart, Iron & Wine, Six Organs of Admittance, Nick Drake.
        
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