Zoe Randell, with subtle strength and absolute grace, up-lifts the soul in LULUC’s new single ‘Spring’.
“Broadly speaking, with these new songs I was interested in the difficulties that life can throw at us – what we can do with them, how they can shape us, and what say we have. That potential that is there for everyone, the different lives that are open to us. That’s what I love in Ise’s poem ‘Spring Days and Blossom’…”
The band completed by Zoe’s bandmate, Steve Hassett, and the duo curtails the ominous, with sultry daffodils of notes, promenading into the future and past, swatting at the glimpses of what ARE and MUST BE.
The conjectures in prescient emotions, sway with the tides, and we’re ‘Verklempt’ with the ‘feels’.
The new LULUC album will drop July 13th, through the folks at Sub Pop