Uncut Music Award nominee: The Low Anthem – video

Judging by the comments posted by Uncut readers so far, The Low Anthem's album 'Oh My God Charlie Darwin' is a very popular contender for this year's Uncut Music Award.

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Judging by the comments posted by Uncut readers so far, The Low Anthem‘s album ‘Oh My God Charlie Darwin’ is a very popular contender for this year’s Uncut Music Award.

Oh My God Charlie Darwin, originally released independently last year, was in 2009 picked up by Nonesuch (home to Wilco, Ry Cooder) for release in the UK.

Making Uncut’s Album of the Month in our July 2008 issue, the band picked up many new fans on the live circuit this Summer.

Check out editor Allan Jones’ original four-star review of the album here and see also the video for album lead track “Charlie Darwin”.

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Do you think The Low Anthem have made a better album than Bob Dylan, Wilco or Kings of Leon?

The winner of the 2009 Uncut Music Award will be revealed in the January issue of Uncut – out November 24.

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