Having recently returned with their sophomore single and the video for 'Never Let It Go', hotly-tipped London three piece are now pleased to unveil single flip-side 'Sympathy Or Love', a spirited ballad showcasing a softer aspect of the bands sound while retaining their signature knack for a soaring, anthemic chorus and enveloping wall of sound dynamics.
Along with this, the LULS are pleased to announce a series of headline UK shows along with dates supporting Theme Park.
LULS play the following dates:
03.04 London Shacklewell Arms (free entry)
06.03 Nottingham Spanky Van Dyke's
07.03 Leeds A Nation Of Shopkeepers
08.03 Sheffield Bowery
09.03 Cambridge Portland Arms
11.03 Bristol Louisiana (supporting Theme Park)
12.03 Southampton Joiners (supporting Theme Park)
13.03 Brighton The Haunt (supporting Theme Park)
14.03 London Heaven (supporting Theme Park)
15.03 Manchester Ruby Lounge (supporting Theme Park)
16.03 Newcastle The Cluny (supporting Theme Park)
Hotly tipped London three-piece LULS introduced themselves at the end of last year with the art-rock anthemics of debut single 'Swing Low/Young' that brought together a towering wall of sound aesthetic with cathartic dynamics and an intrinsic ear for euphoric melody, bridging the gap between the classic pop sensibilities of the Everly Brothers and jagged edge of the Yeah Yeah Yeah's.
Following an end of year that saw them tour support Crystal Castles on their UK tour, play a sold out New Years eve show at Koko alongside Peace and win the endorsement of Zane Lowe, Annie Mac, Mary-Anne Hobbs and John Kennedy among others at radio, LULS now enter 2013 full steam ahead with a new double A side single. 'Never Let It Go/Sympathy Of Love' sees the expansion of LULS' widescreen sound into ever more epic and enthralling territory, with two tracks equally charged with electrifying, sweat dripping energy as their huge choruses are imbued with arching, heartfelt emotion.
In a landscape of a new generation of bands redefining the conventions of British guitar music, 'Never Let It Go/Sympathy Of Love' affirms that LULS are undoubtedly set for an exciting year ahead.
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