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Album Review

The Lumineers, a folk-rock trio out of Denver, Colorado, have a pretty interesting sound, an Americana mesh of folk, rock, and gospel that is similar in tone to the Waterboys, say, or an alt-folk version of Bob Dylan circa Desire, thanks in no small part to Neyla Pekarek's inventive cello. And there are some very good tracks on this debut album, including the chamber honky tonk of "Dead Sea," the delightfully goofy but then ultimately sad and elegant "Submarines," and "Stubborn Love," which manages to be bright and chiming while also being haunting and mournful. Not everything here clicks together at that level, but each track is inventive, and when the songwriting and arrangements cross paths perfectly, as they do in the above songs, this is a delightful band.

Customer Reviews

Grows on you

When I first heard "Ho Hey" on the radio, like many others I loved it immediately. I love the energy it brought and that folk-music take on pop it had. I downloaded the album and initially was disappointed. "Ho Hey" has the most.. music execuetive polish on it. You can tell it was meant to be the single. Every other song feels like it lacks the polish of the single but the more the Lumineers played on my playlist but more I realized that "Ho Hey" is not who the Lumineers are. They are the echo-y, distant vocals of "Slow it Down", the hand-clapping, in a smokey bar sound of "Classy Girls". This album is a fantastic debut for the Lumineers and one of my all time favorites - I close my eyes and I am in the cobblestone streets of a small town with a big city feeling, perhaps back in the early 1920s.

My favorite album ever

When listening to this album, I feel so happy to know that there is good music alive today. This has it all. I love every single track on the album whether it's slow like "slow it down" or fast and alive like "flowers in your hair" it's all brilliant and I have been looking forward to ANY new track by the lumineers. I saw them in concert and they have something about them that makes you appreciate music. I can't wait for anything else to come.

To good 💗

Amazing songs and relaxing


Formed: 2002 in Denver, CO

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

The Lumineers, a folk-rock trio out of Denver, Colorado, deliver an acoustic-based Americana sound that touches a lot of stylistic bases, from folk to gospel to heartland rock and the narrative end of country, all with interesting rhythmic twists and turns. The band had its beginnings in 2002 when Jeremiah Fraites lost his 19-year-old brother Josh to a drug overdose. Fraites and his brother's best friend, Wesley Schultz, turned to music to deal with their sorrow, and were soon writing songs and gigging...
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