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THE LOW ANTHEM is rated 2.2 out of 5 by 10.
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Rated 1 out of 5 by from A different band in every way! I originally saw The Low Anthem in 2010 and since then have declared them as the best band I have ever seen live. Fast forward to 2018 and following their recent performance, they have now become the worst band I've ever seen. So awful in fact that I left after an unbearable hour of a self absorbed cacophony. Gone are the band with the sense of humour and captivating stage presence and instead we have been left with a band so affected that they perform solely for themselves, leaving the audience wondering if their time would have been better spent at home doing the ironing. The band began by performing songs from their latest album, which on its own is great. However, Jeff Prystowsky insisted in over explaining every aspect of each song and the pretentiousness he spewed was hard to swallow. An hour later, the band were still performing their new album in its entirety. However, the album itself is only 30 mins long so the performance was dragged out with a great deal of unnecessary and ostentatious over-playing, involving a shrieking violin and recordings of whale noises and some clattering. At one point I felt like I was trapped in a fever dream and I began fantasising about drowning & these thoughts were much more pleasant than my reality. When it came to performing their old songs, they announced their intentions with an attitude that suggested they didn't really want to. I couldn't stand it any longer and left early as I didn't want my memories of their perfect 2010 performance to be tainted. However, the more I have thought about how self indulgent and affected the band have become, I doubt I will be able to listen to them again without becoming incensed with unbridled rage at the amount of money I wasted on the gig. I understand that bands need to evolve and grow but it's unfortunate that some bands also disappear up their own posterior. So, if you're looking for The Low Anthem of the past, that's probably where you'll find them, along with the salt dolls Jeff keeps harping on about.
Date published: 2018-09-12
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Wrong venue for this gig The Castle is a great venue in Manchester. One of my favourites in fact. This gig was not one for there though. It needed a seated venue like Burgess Centre or Sacred Trinity. Poor choice by promotor.
Date published: 2018-08-31
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Disappointing. I saw the low anthem a few years ago and they were mesmerising. This time they were self indulgent and mediocre.
Date published: 2018-04-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Was ace, proper treat for the ears Was ace, proper treat for the ears. Enjoyed the massive pat on the back at the end of the night " thanks for coming guys" in american accent.
Date published: 2016-11-22
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Remember its supposed to be entertainment The first time I saw the Low Anthem, I knew none of their material but they produced a stunning show that made that irrelevant. This time I knew much of their material and I was bored. First piece was a kind of performance art, with a female member typing and talking while everyone else blew things or hit things. This wasn't very much fun for the audience. They never really gained pace or forged empathy with the audience. When finally Charlie Darwin was performed in the encore it felt like a sop rather than a treat.
Date published: 2016-11-21
Rated 1 out of 5 by from venue not a fit for this band prob the worst gig I have ever been to, but not because of the band, they may well have been brilliant but I will never know because I could not hear them due to the volume of ppl talking, waste of time so left after about 6 songs. This was the wrong venue for this type of band, and tbh if this was a materialistic purchase from a shop I would be asking for my money back because the product was not what I paid for. This was not just one or two ppl or one group of ppl talking but probably 50/50 ppl trying to listen to the band and ppl talking......I will def NOT ever be going back to this venue. MONEY BACK PLEASE ? its a long shot but huh ! no one is ever responsible for such mistakes.
Date published: 2016-11-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Why are they playing small venues? I've no idea why this band are not popular, far more talented then whatever's out their at the moment, from start to finish you end up,stood staring in amazement at how talented they are.
Date published: 2016-11-13
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Low Anthem, Broadcast The gig was OK but was spoiled due to the very small space being overcrowded. Some people had difficulty getting in and because of the discomfort there was a lot of to-ing and fro-ing between the basement and the bar upstairs which was a major distraction. The Low Anthem were good but certainly missed their other two collaborators.
Date published: 2016-07-25
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