The “intimate and special night with Low” became less so when the venue moved from Union Hall to the new Bell House, but I was eager to check out the new space anyways. The decor is very much like its sister Hall, but much more spacious. The stage is nice but the place seems like a industrial barn and felt the sound got lost. Nevertheless, the band played their slowcore songs to the not-so-crowded-crowd. Getting drunk helped get into the slow swing of things and was impressed with the precision of their music live and being able to achieve the delicate and distinct changes in sound. When this slowly built momentous musical mood was rolling along they stop for intermission. After a 20 minute break I felt the mood was lost and I wasn’t going where the band was going. Nevertheless, delighted to have seen them live and intrigued with the venue space.