It was a public secret that Low were finishing a new album for Sub Pop, but until today nothing was known about the record that will follow “Drums and Guns” (Sub Pop, 2007). Now we know that the new effort by the Duluth band, eternal champions of the most basic and essential slow rock, will be in stores on 12th April with the title “C'mon”. The album will contain ten songs that Alan Sparhawk, Mimi Parker and Steve Garrington have recorded with the help of Matt Beckley in the same church in Duluth where they made their album “Trust” (Kranky, 2002). These are the basic facts of an album that promises to look inwards. In the words of Sparhawk: "With the last couple of records, we were grappling with something outside of ourselves. This one feels more like, 'Well, forget that. I'm looking in your eyes right now, and we need to figure out how to get through the next moment, together, as human beings.'" Low and their musical recipes for survival this devastating modern world.