10 Songs, 45 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

On their debut, this Los Angeles indie folk group take you to a dense woodland far from the big city. But in Lord Huron’s humble hands, campfires get stoked into towering infernos. “Ends of the Earth” starts as a serene acoustic serenade before its anthemic chorus unleashes clattering percussion and sweeping strings. Yet band brain trust Ben Schneider isn’t beholden to twangy traditions: “The Man Who Lives Forever” sets jangly strums adrift on a swirl of gentle Afropop rhythms.

EDITORS’ NOTES

On their debut, this Los Angeles indie folk group take you to a dense woodland far from the big city. But in Lord Huron’s humble hands, campfires get stoked into towering infernos. “Ends of the Earth” starts as a serene acoustic serenade before its anthemic chorus unleashes clattering percussion and sweeping strings. Yet band brain trust Ben Schneider isn’t beholden to twangy traditions: “The Man Who Lives Forever” sets jangly strums adrift on a swirl of gentle Afropop rhythms.

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