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  • This digital EP features three new and exclusive tracks recorded at the same sessions as The Low Anthem's 2011 album Smart Flesh, which Paste magazine includes among the year's 50 Best Albums: "Old Cedar Tree" and two variations on the tune "Roses in a Mist."

  • This digital EP features three new and exclusive tracks recorded at the same sessions as The Low Anthem's 2011 album Smart Flesh, which Paste magazine includes among the year's 50 Best Albums: "Old Cedar Tree" and two variations on the tune "Roses in a Mist."

  • The Low Anthem recorded the majority of Smart Flesh in a cavernous, vacant pasta sauce factory, using an eclectic array of instruments, like jaw harp, musical saw, stylophone, antique pump organs, and oversized drum kits. The New York Times and Los Angeles Times both call the songs "gorgeous." NPR says it's "beautiful through and through." The deluxe edition includes a bonus disc of additional music and comes in a letterpress, numbered edition.

  • This special limited-edition 7-inch of the single "Charlie Darwin" features new and unreleased material: The A-side includes "Charlie Darwin," off the band's Nonesuch debut, Oh My God, Charlie Darwin; the B-side includes the previously unreleased "Sally Where'd You Get Your Liquor From" (originally by Rev. Gary Davis) and "Don't Let Nobody Turn You Around" (originally by Blind Willie McTell), a bonus track previously only available on iTunes.

  • The Low Anthem's Nonesuch debut offers an elegant and original take on Americana, what Paste describes as "gorgeous chamber folk." Its songs are distinguished by hushed, hymn-like, chamber-music arrangements—as well as by the occasional, deliriously free-spirited acoustic rave-up. Mojo calls the Rhode Island–based trio "truly startling songwriters and instrumentalists. Theirs is a gloriously romantic vision of America that sits somewhere between Dylan and Waits."