With a Liverpool date and a UK tour just announced, Getintothis‘ David Hall has the scoop on the indie-folk four piece’s upcoming Merseyside visit.
Having formed as founder member Ben Schneider‘s solo project in his adopted hometown of Los Angeles in 2010, Lord Huron have spent the past eight years building up a head of steam and adding band members to their ranks.
Now a fully-developed quartet, Lord Huron have recently announced they are gearing up to release their third album Vide Noir later this year.
With an April release now nailed on, Vide Noir will see the light of day through PIAS in the UK and its architects are looking forward to an Invisible Wind Factory live date in October.
Recently the band have previewed their forthcoming album with new music in the form of Ancient Names Parts I and II, Part I being a spacey night time forest drive whose strains reach the listener through a worn car radio and Part II cast as a double-time bible-thump in the same celestial vein.
Boasting mixing by Dave Fridmann, Vide Noir looks set to be a step up in terms of sound and experimentation for the Lord Huron, and the Californians are now eyeing an impressively grand Invisible Wind Factory date in the autumn.
Lord Huron will play Invisible Wind Factory on Monday, October 29. Tickets go on sale from 10am on Friday February 23.