Read up on the upcoming weather for the Longitude Festival HERE and make sure you’re ready for that Lumineers set!
The Lumineers have just released the music video for “Cleopatra.” Watch it here. A note from Wesley on the video: “Cleopatra made me cry in the studio and I had to stop the take. It’s inspired by a true story about a female taxi driver who, when she was younger, was proposed to. But her father had(…)
‘”There was a large concern about the album being sort-of released via grainy video and leaked out online,” said Wesley Schultz…” Check out the full article here.
Hey Marseilles performed a live session on Seattle’s KEXP yesterday! Check it out!
“We tried writing the whole time we were on the road,” [Wes] admits. “I remember we finished our first record and began trying to write the second. We had a few months’ period of time where we were off, and I remember Jeremiah and I trying to write more because we knew we wanted to(…)
Check out the latest track from Hey Marseilles;’Crooked Lines’ featuring New York based rapper Chris Cartier!
Andrea Gibson joins Gregory Alan Isakov on his upcoming tour. Check out his music HERE, and buy tickets to see them at andreagibson.org! —— 6/11 – Iowa City, IA @ The Englert Theatre 6/12 – Minneapolis, MN @ The Varsity Theater 6/13 – Chicago, IL @ Thalia Hall 6/14 – Chicago, IL @ Thalia Hall(…)
“The Lumineers bring a group back to the Artist 100 summit for the first time in almost a year (May 23, 2015), since another folk-rock act, Mumford & Sons (who took a more mainstream turn on their last album, Wilder Mind, which debuted atop the Billboard 200 and Top Album Sales that week). In between, 12 soloists led the(…)
It’s here! After four years, The Lumineers sophomore release has arrived. Purchase it on iTunes: http://apple.co/1NeZ0yy. The New York Times reviewed the album: “There’s a deep sense of deliberation about the album, as if every word and every sound had been weighed and pondered, not for radio consumption, but out of an ascetic craftsmanship.” Read more here!(…)
“But the big hit is always followed by big pressure, and vocalist Wesley Schultz says there’s something odd about the climb up. ‘They love to see you struggle but they hate to see you succeed,’ he says, adding that the band is now focusing on staying grounded and returning to the roots. Success, like failure, has its(…)
“A double platinum debut album sets anybody up for a fall on the follow-up, but The Lumineers have been extremely clever. While comparison with Mumford & Sons is unavoidable, on Cleopatra the denver-based trio head down a subtler path that sometimes eludes Marcus and chums. To the casual fan, little has changed since their(…)