"I wanted to make something that was new and bold and that was more forward-thinking about the idea of beauty and noise and dissonance and texture. That's where we've always been - the balance between beauty and noise. And this time the noise wins... Barely."
I haven't listened to Low's new album Ones And Sixes, but comments like this from Alan Sparhawk certainly help to whet my appetite, given that 2005's The Great Destroyer - arguably the first Low album on which noise definitely won - is my favourite.