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See Low's new video with John Stamos (yes, that John Stamos!)

Posted by: Chris Riemenschneider under Music, Minnesota musicians Updated: April 13, 2011 - 9:48 AM

 

We were starting to think John Stamos was truly following in Charlie Sheen's footsteps (off the deep end) last week when the actor tweeted about filming a new video with his "favorite indie band," Low. Lo and behold, though, Entertainment Weekly just premiered the new video for the Duluth trio's gorgeous single "Try to Sleep," which features the "Full House" star and one-time Beach Boy drummer at the wheel. Click here to see the clip. It's quite a mesmerizing video, perfectly paired with the song and Low's light vs. dark tones.

 

A recent regular on "Glee," Stamos told EW that he got to know the band through the producer of their album issued yesterday via Sub Pop, "C'Mon." Matt Beckley is a friend of his from Los Angeles. Said Stamos, "He had played me some of the record while they were making it. When it came time to cast the video, they asked if I'd like to be involved. I liked the concept. The new record is on all the time at my place."

The members of Low got to meet an even more famous fan last night at the State Theatre: Robert Plant, who sang two songs from the band's "spectactular 'Great Destroyer' album" (his words), both of which he also recorded for his new "Band of Joy" album. Word is Plant had much more praise for Low's members when he met them backstage after the show. Makes you wonder what's next for Alan and Mimi...

 

Low return to First Avenue on Saturday to celebrate yesterday's release of "C'Mon." / Photo by Sara Kiesling

Low return to First Avenue on Saturday to celebrate yesterday's release of "C'Mon." / Photo by Sara Kiesling

 

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