The premiere may not be as “low key” as Bannon is expecting.
We prefer the low key spots, where the eating is as cheap as it is delicious.
As a result, she says, “They went very far in the other direction and were low key” about democracy promotion.
Quiet; modest; unassertive: She is low-key but is happy to talk about things that Wayans doesn't do for himself (1965+)verb
To treat with little emphasis; play down: They were low-keying it because of the controversy (1960+)
[in adjective sense, a technical term in photography, ''with tones lying in the gray scale,'' found by 1907]