You can now listen to Luluc’s “Small Window,” the second offering from the group’s forthcoming album, Passerby.
Luluc has scheduled a show on Monday, July 14th in Brooklyn, NY at Rough Trade NYC. There will be additional live dates announced shortly.
Luluc’s Passerby will be available on CD/ LP/ DL July 14th in Europe and July 15th in North America. The album will also be available in Australia and New Zealand via Mistletone on July 11th. Passerbywas recorded and produced by Luluc and Aaron Dessner at Aaron’s Garage in Ditmas Park, Brooklyn and mastered by Greg Calbi at Sterling Sound in New York.
In a world where instant gratification is the norm, patience has become a rare commodity. But for Zoë Randell and Steve Hassett, who make up indie-folk duo Luluc (pronounced Loo-LUKE), letting things unfold in due time not only defines their career trajectory, it also works as a pretty good description of their approach to making music. Music that Sub Pop co-founder Jonathan Poneman describes as “bracing, subtle, tender and magnificent”.
So while it may seem like Randell and Hassett’s history is littered with all kinds of good luck—from their initial meeting, to their relationship with The National’s Aaron Dessner, to their deal with Sub Pop, to grabbing the attention of Nick Drake’s producer—being in the right place at the right time isn’t just about fate.