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Lord Huron

Wednesday 24th January 2018



Doors 7:00 pm

Price £17.50 + booking fee / £21.50

Lord Huron, the conjured project of Ben Schneider from the depths of Lake Huron in Michigan, comes to Brighton with his hazy, desert Americana rock.
The band are ubiquitous with their music appearing on hit TV shows such as ’13 Reasons Why’, HBO series ‘Girls’, ‘Togetherness’ and ‘Once Upon A Tale’ (only to name a few), and they are a force to be reckoned with live. Come see!

Formed in 2010, Schneider moved to LA, growing songs with a band, grand bretheren from years past. Friends and fellow Michiganders, Mark Barry, Miguel Briseno and Tom Renaud, left their respective paths, or bent each road to their own will, to reconvene out west. An old crew reformed in a new harbor.

After a pair of EPs, a debut album, Lonesome Dreams saw release in 2012. Tours followed that found the boys in blistering deserts, reveling in sinister paradises, wandering frozen coasts and lost among the hanging fog of bygone forests. Who can say but the soles of their shoes how far they traveled and how wide?

In 2014, trail-weary but intrepid, Lord Huron set up camp deep in Los Angeles at Whispering Pines Studios to notch their latest songs and abet the journeys of others. Lord Huron released the latest chapter of their adventures, Strange Trails, in April 2015.

The band’s name was inspired by Lake Huron, the lake which band founder Ben Schneider grew up visiting, where he would spend evenings playing music around the campfire, the music of Lord Huron evokes the haunting simplicity of nature and late night thoughts and words.

“tuneful new growth.” – Spin
“appropriately epic, its echoing acoustic guitars and yearning, Fleet Foxy vocals mixed with cowboy cattle calls and Pawnee chants.” – The Observer

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