Low performs at the Ethical Culture Concert Hall in New York City on March 20, 2013. (Joe McCabe, heyreverb.com)

Did rock band Low lose a gig because of the lead singer’s “ganja history”?

Indie rockers Low aren’t often ones for controversy, so it was surprising when singer Alan Sparhawk posted on Twitter about losing a gig because of his so-called “ganja history” on June 25.

Fans wanted to know who the offending sponsor was.

Then fans got snarky.

And then fans got really snarky.

But Low refused to name the sponsor.

Fans were generally supportive.

Low closed the conversation with a poignant, if still vague, observation — and a #done.

It’s impossible to say what exactly happened, though Sparhawk has spoken about his pot use in the past. Emails to Low’s independent publicist and their label Sub Pop’s publicity team went unanswered on the afternoon of June 25.