Low announce June 2016 Tour Dates with Japan’s MONO

Low announce June 2016 Tour Dates with Japan’s MONO
Beginning June 12th, Low will embark on a five-date co-headline tour with Japanese instrumental rock band MONO. These dates will bring the bands to intimate venues along the American West Coast. Following these shows, the two artists will also both be playing a handful of Canadian summer festivals.

Jun. 12 - Los Angeles, CA - Globe Theater
Jun. 13 - San Francisco, CA - The Fillmore
Jun. 15 - Portland, OR - Wonderland Ballroom
Jun. 16 - Seattle, WA - Neptune Theatre
Jun. 17 - Vancouver, BC - Imperial
Jun. 21 - Calgary, AB - Sled Island Music and Arts Festival
Jun. 23 - Saskatoon, SK - SaskTel Saskatchewan Jazz Festival

The most recent full-length album from Low is their 2015 releaseOnes and Sixes, which was co-produced by the band and engineer BJ Burton at Justin Vernon’s April Base Studios in Eau Claire, Wisconsin.

Ones and Sixes earned Low international acclaim from the likes ofNPR MusicUnder the RadarThe GuardianDIYQMOJOUncut,Minneapolis Star TribuneChicago TribuneCLASHThe Sunday Times, and a cover story interview by Bon Iver’s Justin Vernon inMAGNET Magazine (view 
cover / read an excerpt of the story here).

For more information on Low please visit:http://www.subpop.com/artists/low

What people are saying about Low’s Ones and Sixes:
"It's one thing for Low to have made a rewarding career of spare, dramatic, glacially paced music...It's another to make those ingredients sound so incredibly dynamic; to spend 20-plus years making a dozen albums that each
feel distinct, and that each introduce new ideas, twists and ways to wring drama out of the space between notes…Throughout Ones and Sixes, the Minnesota trio somehow gives weight to airiness as comfort and discord orbit each other like a binary star. But every time the portent threatens to become overbearing — just as the mix of prettiness and heaviness tips a little too far out of alignment — Low punctures it with a burst of cleansing aggression or some pristine, exquisite surprise. Anything to keep us off balance.” [“First Listen”] - NPR Music

"One of the most impressive albums of their career" [4/5] – MOJO

"Beautiful desolation....coolly exhilarating"  [4/5] -  Q

“It’s another
subtly heart-rending effort from a band that remains one of the very finest in the world. If you needed a reminder of why Low are an institution then this is it.” [8/10] - Drowned In Sound

“The band's strengths are here in abundance, but they are reimagined, twisted into new shapes and given a visceral intensity that is utterly irresistible.” [9/10] - CLASH

“...Striking a balance between their majestic, slow-moving melancholy and harsher experimental noise.” [4/5] - The Guardian

"Ones And Sixes finds them producing some of their best work in years" - The Quietus