Lunar Trip Announce New Album ‘Every little thing Issues, Every little thing’s Hearth’: Hear “Set The Stage”

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In 2021, Lunar Trip launched their debut album, Inside Each Fig Is A Useless Wasp. Immediately, the indie rock five-piece is saying its follow-up, Every little thing Issues, Every little thing’s Hearth, and sharing the promising lead single “Set The Stage.”

“Set The Stage” is a fuzzed-out, emotionally crushing magnificence. “This was the primary love music I wrote about somebody after which despatched it to them. That’s the first and final time I’ll ever try this. Love could make you do actually unusual issues,” vocalist and guitarist Gep Repasky defined. “It took some convincing on my finish to totally understand this music, however that’s the most effective half about making music with my bandmates; they’re the voice of purpose and I belief them. So as soon as the partitions have been down, we went in blazing, and adjusted the vibe of the unhappy, acoustic demo to the monster that it’s now.”

The monitor comes with a music video directed by Finn Wolfhard of Stranger Issues fame, who defined:

Once I listened to “Set The Stage” I used to be taken by how atmospheric it sounded. The suggestions and droning guitars made me consider darkish and wealthy environments. Gep’s stunning melody offsets the darkness by bringing a levity and brightness. The aim was to have that melody mirrored by dance, choreographed by the superb Elana Wulkan. We had a tremendous crew and I’m honored that Lunar Trip requested me to direct this video for them, and much more honored to name them mates.

Since Inside Each Fig Is A Useless Wasp, Repasky endured emotional tumult that led to psychiatric hospitalization, which the brand new album touches on. “When it occurred, everybody was there. They introduced me a observe within the hospital, they introduced me garments, they introduced me books,” they stated. The LP was produced by Drew Vandenberg, and Yo La Tengo and Björk are named as influences. “Our final album was tremendous produced, manicured,” guitarist and vocalist Maggie Geeslin expounded. “This one’s natural. We embraced errors; it made the work even higher.”

Watch the “Set The Stage” video under.

01 “Sick”
02 “Set The Stage”
03 “Tom”
04 “Erase All The B’s”
05 “Bitter”
06 “Fantasy”
07 “Simply For Immediately”
08 “Higher Luck”
09 “You Shouldn’t Be”


07/24 – Chicago, IL @ Vic Theatre*
07/28 – Philadelphia, PA @ Union Switch*
07/30 – Washington, DC @ 9:30 Membership*
07/31 – Boston, MA @ Royale*
08/01 – Brooklyn, NY @ Brooklyn Metal*
09/13 – Atlanta, GA @ Prison Information (In-store efficiency)
10/30 – Lawrence, KS @ The Bottleneck
10/31 – Omaha, NE @ Slowdown
11/02 – Fort Collins, CO @ The Coast
11/04 – Salt Lake Metropolis, UT @ Kilby Courtroom
11/08 – Seattle, WA @ Showbox SODO~
11/11 – San Francisco, CA @ The Warfield Theatre~
11/13 – Los Angeles, CA @ Hollywood Palladium~
11/15 – San Diego, CA @ PETCO Park~
11/16 – Las Vegas, NV @ The Theater at Virgin Resorts Las Vegas~
11/17 – Tempe, AZ @ Marquee Theatre~
11/19 – Dallas, TX @ Southside Ballroom~
11/20 – Houston, TX @ Bayou Music Middle~
11/22 – Atlanta, GA @ The Japanese (The Stuffing)~

~with Manchester Orchestra & Thrice

Every little thing Issues, Every little thing’s Hearth is out 9/13 on Keeled Scales.


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