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Live At Saki Records

Low plays "Words" live at Saki 

A couple more, and you've got a whole show.

About This Episode

On Thursday, March 7, the Duluth trio Low played an in-store concert at Chicago's Saki Records, to pre-celebrate the release of The Invisible Way, its tenth album. The A.V. Club was on hand to capture the seven-song set, which included five tracks from the new album and a pair of Low classics. After the short set, the band was joined on stage by Jeff Tweedy for a Q&A; the Wilco singer produced The Invisible Way, and he had lots of nice things to say about Low. We've got all of the videos, which we'll be releasing in the week leading up to the release of The Invisible Way. This song, "Words," goes all the way back to the band's 1994 album, I Could Live In Hope. When they started playing it, the guy behind me gasped.

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