If you wanted to be the first of your friends to discover the lovely lo-fi bluesy/folk stylings of The Low Anthem, you’re already too late. The four-person band — which includes Jeff Prystowsky ’06 and Ben Knox Miller ’06 — has been blowing up all over the interwebs recently. Though the group’s been around for a while — they played at Bonnaroo in 2009 — their latest album, Smart Flesh, was just released Feb. 22, and it is pretty excellent.
Even cooler, on Saturday you can go see them perform in the abandoned pasta sauce factory where they actually recorded Smart Flesh.
They’re supposed to be super awesome live. Saturday’s Central Falls, RI concert starts at 8 p.m. and tickets are only $10, so get on that. Especially since they’re headed to Europe after Saturday’s CD release show!
We don’t know where Central Falls is exactly, but isn’t everywhere in Rhode Island just 20 minutes away from everywhere else in Rhode Island? Someone at Liquid told us that once…