“Another Land” is the unprecedented neo-nostalgic sound of the Chicago DIY dream-pop subculture — the birthplace of psych-pop quintet, Lucille Furs.
As the band began conjuring up iridescent harmonies and radical vintage harpsichords — it became quite apparent that the jaded misfits wanted to make something different. To create a unique sound they could call all their own.
So, they fell into a deep sleep and dreamed the most beautiful dream…
As they snapped back to reality, one by one, the mangled group of tattered musicians yearned to create something with the essence of their sweaty basement shows, yet with the unbridled illusions of places and moments they had not yet experienced.
“Another Land” — the title track off Lucille Furs upcoming album Requiem Pour Un Twister (out February 15th of this year) is a whimsical take on the quintet’s initial sonic vibrations.
We can’t wait to hear what Lucille Furs has in store for us. And, we will not rest until the prophecy is fulfilled.
“We are like butterflies who flutter for a day and think it is forever.” — Sagan