There is a band called Lucius. It’s a five piece band. The are two main singers. They’re both women and they have killer voices.
Jesse Wolfe and Holly Laessig of Lucius fill most of the sound on each track, but of course their band wouldn’t be, if it weren’t for their other three, Andrew Burri, Peter Lalish, and Dan Molad. The two girls’ voices are fully synchronized, so much so that sometimes you can’t even tell there are two voices. To add to that character, or as they say “dress the sound” they dress identically for all concerts as well. Their sound recalls a few different decades of music, both the 60s and 80s. However, it is also uniquely modern and poppy, and almost ethereal. Whatever the genre, their music is more than enjoyable to listen to.
While they have been playing music together for about a decade, since their time at Berklee College of Music, they only just released a full-length album called Wildewomen. One song after the next is engaging and enthralling. You won’t be disappointed.
Lastly, here is the link to their Tiny Desk Series with NPR.
Here’s to some Monday Vibrations! Cheers.