THE LULU RAES
release latest single
and announce debut Album Tour for 2018
Sydney based five piece The Lulu Raes today release their latest single “Fake It” out via Verge/Sony Music. The single was premiered via triple j’s Dom Alessio’s ‘Home & Hosed’ giving us the first taste from their upcoming debut album due out 2018.
With Chris Collins from Tigertown (Gang Of Youths, Middle Kids, Ruby Fields ) in the producer’s seat and additional production/mixing by Dylan Adams (Sticky Fingers, DMA’s, West Thebarton) “Fake It” is about “cold feet and getting so caught up in your own head that you can’t move forward; you can still dance to disco when you’re having a panic attack”. It also features a whiplash.
The Lulu Raes 2016 debut EP ALL OUR PARENTS ARE DIVORCED received widespread attention. The lead track “Burnout” gained rotation on triple j and FBi as well as reaching #3 on the AIR Independent Radio Charts and over 850k Spotify streams.
Following the EP’s success the band hit the road performing at a plethora of Aussie festivals such as Groovin The Moo, Blurst Of Times, Secret Garden, Bad Friday, The Hills Are Alive, Lost Paradise and Festival Of The Sun, amongst others. They have also shared the stage with the likes of Holy Holy, Sticky Fingers, Dune Rats, The Jungle Giants, DMA’s and co-headlined a national tour with Polish Club.
The Lulu Raes cordially invite you on their journey into your hearts and look forward to releasing their debut album in 2018.
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