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Wildewoman is the debut album from New York five-piece, Lucius. The band feature the vocal talents of Holly Laessig and Jess Wolfe, who sing dual lead vocals. Lucius have been wowing crowds across the United States, playing in sold out venues.

Wildewoman is available on indies only limited edition white vinyl with a bonus 7”, standard vinyl LP and CD.


LP £16.49 PIASR700LP

LP on Play It Again Sam.

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LP £16.49 PIASR700LP2

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CD £9.99 PIASR700CDX

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REVIEWS

Wildewoman by Lucius
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8/10 Penrith Steve Customer review, 9th January 2015

“Wildewoman” by Lucius takes its cues from '60s girl groups and '80s pop played with Americana and indie-rock sensibilities. The dual lead vocals and strong melodies from Holly Laessig and Jess Wolfe set this apart and give the overall sound of the album a real lift. “Go Home” is the stand-out track, the dynamic they have seemingly tried to create on the album is delivered with perfection. “Go Home”, along with the title track and “The Two of us on the Run”, carry the Americana qualities of the album. “Hey Doreen” and “Tempest” are the most 80s pop sounding of the tracks this album. If they were produced with more gloss, I could imagine hearing them in the top 40 in 1985. Fortunately, the production is kind to the songs and “Tempest” especially, has a great chorus. “Turn It Around” has a 60s girl group vibe and sounds a little like Tune-Yards. “Nothing Ordinary” seems to have even more of Tune-Yards thing going on, but I view it as one of the album’s weaker tracks. Overall, “Wildewoman” is a decent album.




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