Vinyl LP pressing. In 2011, an eponymous, self-recorded EP led to touring, and before long The Lumineers started attracting devout fans. They're drawn by songs like "Ho Hey" and "Stubborn Love," Americana-inflected barn burners in the vein of the Avett Brothers and Mumford & Sons. The roots revival of the last few yeas has primed listeners for a new generation of rustic, heart-on-the-sleeve music. The Lumineers walk that line with an unerring gift for timeless melodies and soul-stirring lyrics.
You know, the guys who sing the Hey Ho song? Like most people, I bought this CD after hearing Hey Ho. And I wasn't disappointed. The rest of the album is in the same folk-y feel. It is great. My only complaint is it's too short! I have to listen to it two times in a row to get a good dose of the Lumineers.
There are a few thing that people take for granted, so much so that they have come to rely on these things; sun will set then will rise, seasons will change, birds will migrate and folk rock will sound like Bob Dylan. Guess again