Somewhat underappreciated, but nonetheless gloriously indie band Lord Huron attempt to inhabit a purposeful place of artistic depth. They are hidden architects of a forgotten musical age, crafting a vintage spectrum across a green-hued backdrop, sounding something slightly like psychedelic cowboys gathered around a campfire in their latest album, Vide Noir. The most recent work seems to cast a glimpse into a rockabilly fairy tale, all moving at a languishing pace, cinematic and very intentional….Read More
There are just those artists that intrinsically move you because they come from a place of such creative depth that they win you over without hesitation and wholly from the first. Lord Huron, for me, are those artists. As they humbly took to the stage on Thursday at the Junction in Cambridge, (on tour of for their new album, Vide Noir), I was already impressed having listened to their music, but it was about to…Read More
A statue of Ed Sheeran has appeared in Russia and it is HUGE. This
Praise the return of the summer sun and The Cambridge Folk Festival!