Lucius Is Rolling Stone ‘Band To Watch’, Drop New Videos + New Fall Tour Dates

By on August 10, 2013


NYC’s Lucius is a triple threat quintet with tight vocal harmonies, stomping percussion and an irresistibly charming and sincere live show. Lucius’ debut full-length album Wildewoman will be released in North America on October 15 by NYC indie label Mom+Pop. Produced by Dan Molad & Lucius, Wildewoman is a lush recording that preserves a modern edge while stylishly showcasing 60’s classic pop influences.
Solidifying its reputation as a must-see live band with rave reviews from Esquire, NPR, Paste, The New York Times and more, Lucius has just announced additional fall tour dates, including a hometown show at Brooklyn’s Music Hall of Williamsburg. The band was also hailed as Rolling Stone’sBand To Watch’ and revealed a new live video for album track “Go Home” available here for posting.
As introduced on the band’s 2012 self-titled EP, Holly Laessig and Jess Wolfe’s intertwining vocals reverberate amidst rhythmic instrumentation performed by bandmates Dan Molad, Peter Lalish and Andrew Burri on this full-length, eleven song debut. Today the band shares a “Hey, Doreen” studio video, offering a behind-the-scenes peek at the recording process. The “Hey Doreen” studio video premiered with LA Music Blog and is available here for posting. Buy “Hey, Doreen” from iTunes now here.
Additionally, Lucius recently recorded two hymns for the first episode of Radiolab’s 12th season. Listen or download free mp3’s here.

Lucius Tour Dates

8/8: Montreal, QC @ ARTV Studio, Inside Place Des Arts
8/9: Newmarket, NH @ Stone Church
8/10: Bangor, ME @ Kahbang Fest
8/14: Brooklyn, NY @ Music Hall of Williamsburg – SOLD OUT
8/16: Lyons, CO @ Rocky Mountain Folks Festival
8/22: Grand Rapids, MI @ Founders Brewery
8/23: Bloomington, IN @ The Bishop
8/25: Chicago, IL @ The Vic ^
8/28: Los Angeles, CA @ The Echo
8/29: San Francisco, CA @ Brick & Mortar Music Hall
9/7: Boston, MA @ Boston Calling
9/21: Utopia, TX @ Utopiafest
10/17: Washington, DC @ Rock & Roll Hotel
10/19: Atlanta, GA @ The Earl
10/20: Nashville, TN @ 3rd & Lindsley
10/21: St. Louis, MO @ Blueberry Hill
10/24: Minneapolis, MN @ 7th Street Entry
10/25: Chicago, IL @ Lincoln Hall
10/27: Indianapolis, IN @ White Rabbit Cabaret
10/29: Ann Arbor, MI @ The Ark
11/1: Toronto, ON @ The Garrison
11/2: Montreal, QC @ Divan Orange
11/3: S. Burlington, VT @ Higher Ground
11/8: Tourcoing, France @ Festival Les Inrocks
11/9: Paris, France @ Festival Les Inrocks
11/10: Nantes, France @ Festival Les Inrocks
11/12: Toulouse, France @ festival Les Inrocks
11/14: Enschede, Netherlands @ Crossing Border
11/15: Den Haag, Netherlands @ Crossing Border
11/17: Antwerpen, Belgium @ Crossing Border
11/20: London, UK @ The Shacklewell Arms
12/3: Northampton, MA @ Iron Horse Music Hall
12/4: Portland, ME @ Empire
^ supporting Grace Potter & The Nocturnals


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