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The indie rock band Low released their 13th studio album, HEY WHAT, on Sept. 10. Nathan Keay/Courtesy of Sub Pop Records hide caption

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Low's 'Hey What' Finds The Duo Strong And Forever Searching

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"I think our music a lot of the time struggles with, 'Who am I? What is truth? What is the correct path when you don't really understand what it should be as much as you have hope that it would have at some point.'" Alan Sparhawk says. Paul Husband/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Low's Haunting And Holistic Rock Struggles To Answer Life's Big Questions

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Rapper Noname's Room 25 is our pick for one of the best albums out on Sep. 14. Chantal Anderson hide caption

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New Music Friday For Sep. 14: Seven Albums You Should Hear Now

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Tinsel Tales 4: NPR Christmas Stories Told Through Song

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Alan Sparhawk, Mimi Parker, and Zak Sally of Low surround Alan and Mimi's 8-month-old daughter Hollis in 2000. JEFF WHEELER/STAR TRIBUNE hide caption

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Sharon Van Etten Interviews Mimi Parker

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All Songs Considered hosts Bob Boilen and Robin Hilton set out on a road trip to find the true spirit of the holiday season. Along the way they stop at the Silent Night Motel, where they meet Wayne Coyne of The Flaming Lips, St. Vincent (Annie Clark), Josh Ritter, and more. Michael Huey/Mastery Of Maps hide caption

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Bob And Robin's Excellent Holiday Adventure

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Low's new album, The Invisible Way, comes out March 19. Zoran Orlic/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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