Album artwork for Reason to Live by Lou Barlow

After decades on the road and the never-ending hustle of life as an artist, Lou Barlow has tapped into a new confidence in the chaos. In 2021, the concept of balance feels particularly intimidating. Now more than ever, it’s clear life isn’t just leveling out a pair of responsibilities. Instead, we’re chasing after a flock of different ideals with a butterfly net. On Barlow’s new solo album, Reason to Live, he has come to an understanding of that swirl rather than trying to contain it.

Reason to Live is shambolic and grand yet intimate and doting, warmly acoustic and crackling with grit. By folding the many facets of his life into one package, Reason to Live radiates with a renewed balance and calm. The multitude of whirring messages of Reason to Live are united by Barlow’s roiling multilayered arrangements and the understanding that change is inevitable - and that it can bring you a new reason to live in the darkest times.

Lou Barlow

Reason to Live

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Lou Barlow

Reason to Live

Joyful Noise
Album artwork for Album artwork for Reason to Live by Lou Barlow by Reason to Live - Lou Barlow
Album artwork for Reason to Live by Lou Barlow
LP

£23.99£14.99

sale

Light Blue.

Includes download code
Released 28/05/2021Catalogue Number

JNR367LPC1

Album artwork for Reason to Live by Lou Barlow
Tape

£9.99

Released 28/05/2021Catalogue Number

JNR367CS

Album artwork for Reason to Live by Lou Barlow
CD

£12.99

Released 28/05/2021Catalogue Number

JNR367CD

After decades on the road and the never-ending hustle of life as an artist, Lou Barlow has tapped into a new confidence in the chaos. In 2021, the concept of balance feels particularly intimidating. Now more than ever, it’s clear life isn’t just leveling out a pair of responsibilities. Instead, we’re chasing after a flock of different ideals with a butterfly net. On Barlow’s new solo album, Reason to Live, he has come to an understanding of that swirl rather than trying to contain it.

Reason to Live is shambolic and grand yet intimate and doting, warmly acoustic and crackling with grit. By folding the many facets of his life into one package, Reason to Live radiates with a renewed balance and calm. The multitude of whirring messages of Reason to Live are united by Barlow’s roiling multilayered arrangements and the understanding that change is inevitable - and that it can bring you a new reason to live in the darkest times.