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The Lumineers Announce New Album, "III"

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The Lumineers will release their new album III on September 13th.


The Lumineers will release their new album III on September 13th through Dualtone (an Entertainment One Company) in the U.S. and Canada and Decca Records for the rest of the world. The two-time GRAMMY nominated band has also released "Gloria," the first single from the album, which is out today. Lead vocalist Wesley Schultz says the song "is about love between an addict and her family."



The new album III is audacious: every note, every syllable, and every moment of silence in between is emotionally charged. The album is darker in tone than previous albums and is presented in three chapters, with each one centering on one main character from a fictitious family known as the Sparks, who span three generations in the album's storyline. III's concept began while the band was writing in the Catskill mountains, where producer Simone Felice works. Mixing raw emotional themes with their ear-catching melodies, expressive vocals and trademark acoustic sound, III moves masterly in artistic directions not yet traveled by the band.

Written by the two founding members, Schultz and multi-instrumentalist Jeremiah Fraites, the album sees violinist/vocalist Lauren Jacobson officially joining the band. Her playing can be heard on the band's previous two albums. She joins the touring lineup that includes pianist Stelth Ulvang, bassist/backing vocalist Byron Isaacs and multi-instrumentalist Brandon Miller. (After eight years, cellist/vocalist Neyla Pekarek left the group in 2018 to embark on a solo career.)

The Lumineers have enjoyed substantial commercial success: their 2012 self-titled debut featured the hit single, "Ho Hey" and was certified triple-platinum in 2018, the same year their 2016 sophomore album, Cleopatra, was certified platinum and hit #1 on the Billboard Top 200. They've had 18 #1 hits on Triple A, Alternative and other radio charts, including "Ophelia" maintaining #1 for 13 weeks on Triple A.

Regarding the new album, Fraites says, "This collection of songs worked out in a beautiful way, and I feel with this album we've really hit our stride."



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The Lumineers Announce New Album, "III"


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The Lumineers will release their new album III on September 13th.

The Lumineers will release their new album III on September 13th through Dualtone (an Entertainment One Company) in the U.S. and Canada and Decca Records for the rest of the world. The two-time GRAMMY nominated band has also released "Gloria," the first single from the album, which is out today. Lead vocalist Wesley Schultz says the song "is about love between an addict and her family."



The new album III is audacious: every note, every syllable, and every moment of silence in between is emotionally charged. The album is darker in tone than previous albums and is presented in three chapters, with each one centering on one main character from a fictitious family known as the Sparks, who span three generations in the album's storyline. III's concept began while the band was writing in the Catskill mountains, where producer Simone Felice works. Mixing raw emotional themes with their ear-catching melodies, expressive vocals and trademark acoustic sound, III moves masterly in artistic directions not yet traveled by the band.

Written by the two founding members, Schultz and multi-instrumentalist Jeremiah Fraites, the album sees violinist/vocalist Lauren Jacobson officially joining the band. Her playing can be heard on the band's previous two albums. She joins the touring lineup that includes pianist Stelth Ulvang, bassist/backing vocalist Byron Isaacs and multi-instrumentalist Brandon Miller. (After eight years, cellist/vocalist Neyla Pekarek left the group in 2018 to embark on a solo career.)

The Lumineers have enjoyed substantial commercial success: their 2012 self-titled debut featured the hit single, "Ho Hey" and was certified triple-platinum in 2018, the same year their 2016 sophomore album, Cleopatra, was certified platinum and hit #1 on the Billboard Top 200. They've had 18 #1 hits on Triple A, Alternative and other radio charts, including "Ophelia" maintaining #1 for 13 weeks on Triple A.

Regarding the new album, Fraites says, "This collection of songs worked out in a beautiful way, and I feel with this album we've really hit our stride."


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