Lucius (band)

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Lucius
OriginNew York, USA
Years active2012 - present
LabelsMom + Pop Music
Websitehttp://ilovelucius.com
MembersJess Wolfe
Holly Laessig
Dan Molad
Peter Lalish
Andrew Burri
 
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Lucius
OriginNew York, USA
Years active2012 - present
LabelsMom + Pop Music
Websitehttp://ilovelucius.com
MembersJess Wolfe
Holly Laessig
Dan Molad
Peter Lalish
Andrew Burri

Lucius is an indie pop band from Brooklyn, New York.[1]

Lucius has been lauded by the New York Times for their "luscious, luminous, lilting lullabies"[2] and praised by NPR for their "charisma and charm."[3]

On October 15, 2013 Mom + Pop Music released the band's debut album Wildewoman in North America. Economist and New York Times columnist Paul Krugman is a noted fan of the band.[4]

Members[edit]

The group is a five-piece featuring two lead singers and three other musicians.[5]

History[edit]

Background and Formation[edit]

Singers Wolfe and Laessig met while attending Berklee School of Music. [6] After becoming friends together and casually singing under the name Lucius, they moved to Brooklyn to develop their careers. There, they met the other members of the current group.[7]

Discography[edit]

EPs[edit]

Albums[edit]

Award[edit]

In the 2013 Silversound Music Video Film Festival + Band Battle, Lucius' video for "Go Home" won the award for "Best Animation".[citation needed]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Marc Hirsh (2013-02-07). "The voices of Lucius share the same wavelength". Boston Globe. Retrieved 2013-11-10. 
  2. ^ NYT Arts Beat: Four Word CMJ Reviews by Ben Sisario
  3. ^ Lucius: Tiny Desk Concert : NPR
  4. ^ Paul Krugman (8 December 2013). "Lucius Live (Personal)". The New York Times. Retrieved 2013-11-10. 
  5. ^ DENNY DYROFF (2013-02-14). "Lucius take the stage at Milkboy in Philadelphia". Retrieved 2013-11-10. 
  6. ^ Ryzik, Melena. "Talking With Jess Wolfe And Holly Laessig Of Lucius". New York Times. Retrieved 14 December 2013. 
  7. ^ Atlas, Zoe. "Lucius at The Sinclair". Sound of Boston. Retrieved 14 December 2013. 

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