Former WU LYF frontman shares new LUH track “Beneath the Concrete” — listen

Ellery James Roberts and Ebony Hoorn prep release of their debut LP, Spiritual Songs for Lovers to Sing

Out of the ashes of WU LYF has (slowly) risen LUH. Almost four years after his prior band’s disbandment, frontman Ellery James Roberts is ready to unleash his new project with audio-visual artist Ebony Hoorn onto the world. The duo’s debut, Spiritual Songs for Lovers to Sing, is officially out May 6th via Mute.

Earlier this year, the record was teased with “I&I”. Now, LUH is back with the LP’s second single, “Beneath the Concrete”. Fans of WU LYF will recognize the driving nature of the new track, although it’s built on a far more electronic foundation. Drum machines and synth reverberations send shockwaves through the track, giving Roberts a different type of base for his growling, scratchy vocals, perhaps more intelligible here than on anything before. “All we are is just people trying to live,” he sings out. “Trying to live a life means something/ Trying to live a life means something more.”

Take a listen below.

Spiritual Songs for Lovers to Sing Artwork:

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Spiritual Songs for Lovers to Sing Tracklist:
01. I&I
02. Unites
03. Beneath the Concrete
04. Future Blues
05. Someday Come
06. $oro
07. Here Out Moment Ends
08. Loyalty
09. Lost Under Heaven
10. First Eye to the New Sky
11. Lament
12. The Great Longing


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