We felt connected the entire time – it was instantaneous.
It always feels like crunch time in the studio but it never felt like that with these guys. It was a tremendously positive and encouraging experience.
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Powered by passion, ripened by hard work, The Lumineers have found their sound when the world needs it most.
Young, old and in-between, they’re drawn by songs like “Ho Hey” and “Stubborn Love,” Americana-inflected barnburners in the vein of the Avett Brothers and Mumford & Sons.The roots revival of the last few years has primed listeners for a new generation of rustic, heart-on-the-sleeve music-the kind that nods to tradition while setting off into uncharted territory.The Lumineers walk that line with an unerring gift for timeless melodies and soul-stirring lyrics.This is the most inspired I’ve ever felt making a record – let’s just put it that way.I’m still buzzing about it.” It’s easy to hear why.Love originals, many simmering for over a decade, all sharing a common goal: to strip away all pretense and capture the original spirit and sound G.Love has cultivated over his entire career but never fully embraced until now. And, in an age where most music has been regulated to countless ones and zeros it’s even harder to make honest music without all the usual trappings. Love has left the hip-hop blues, a genre he has helped define, if for only a moment to make arguably his most sincere and candid record to date.In the spring of 2005, childhood friends Wesley and Jeremiah began to collaborate, writing together and playing gigs around New York.After battling the city’s cutthroat music scene and impossibly high cost of living, the two decided to expand their horizons.They packed everything they owned-nothing more than a couple suitcases of clothes and a trailer full of musical instruments-and headed for Denver, Colorado.It was less a pilgrimage than act of stubborn hopefulness.