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Hailing from Brooklyn, New York, US, Lucius are an indie-pop act known for their three-pronged vocal attack full of luscious harmonies, infections melodies and tantalisingly danceable rhythms.
The beginnings of the band were formed at the Berklee School of Music, after the two students, Jesse Wolfe (vocals) and Holly Laessig became friends and started performing together. After graduating, they moved to Brooklyn, US to try develop their music careers, going on to meeting the other members of the band, Dan Molad (drums), Peter Lalish (guitar) and Andrew Burri (guitar) and forming Lucius. The two vocalists, when house hunting, stumbled upon a 60 year old recording studio and former music school, Bromley House, with this building becoming the base from which Lucius was to grow and find its sound.
Quickly in their career, Lucius gathered many plaudits, praised for their innovative and sumptuous indie-pop that melds americana-folk with 60s-pop all delivered with their beautifully balanced and constructed harmonies. They manage to create a big sound, full of reverb and driving percussion with instantly memorable melodies.
The band signed to Mom + Pop Music and released their debut album, “Wilderwoman” in October 2013. The album was released in the UK/Europe, Australia and Japan by the Play It Again Sam record label. Media outlets such as the New York Times NPR and The Guardian have al sung the band’s praises since the album’s release, deemed by Rolling Stone as “the best band you may not have heard yet.” Comparisons have been made to their sound with Neko Case, Blanche, Cults and Arcade Fire. Their impressive live show is full of energy and charisma, with their performance at South by Southwest Festival in Austin Texas in 2014 gaining many new fans and drawing significant interest towards the five-piece.