Lindsey Luff Announces Self-Titled LP To Be Released 5/19

Caught halfway between the earthy punch of alt-country and the dreamy swoon of folk-pop, Brooklyn by way of Memphis's Lindsey Luff tells her story on her self-titled debut LP. Listen HERE to "Remind Me", the wistful lead single. "This song is about trying to hold onto someone or something that isn't good for you, for whatever reason, but being afraid to let go so you just keep coming back to it," Luff explained. "The idea of wanting to be reminded of how good someone or something was even if it's over, out of reach or the other party is pulling away/not interested anymore."

Recorded in Nashville and Brooklyn with producer Brian T. Murphy (Lone Bellow, War Jacket), the self-titled Lindsey Luff offers up nine songs about love, loss and leaving. There's sadness here, but there's uplift, too, with Luff finding the silver lining in her own struggles.
A team effort, Lindsey Luff was co-written with a small group of collaborators, including the Lone Bellow's Brian Elmquist. Luff took a similar approach to the recording process, filling the studio with guests - including singer/songwriter Sandra McCracken - while decorating her songs with guitar, violin, piano, pedal steel, harmonies, bass, and the steady pulse of percussion. The result is a lush, lovely album whose songs don't overshadow the challenging circumstances that birthed them.
With her full-length debut, Lindsey Luff makes sense of her past without polishing its raw, rough edges. New York City will be able to see the new songs performed live at Luff's album release show which will be announced soon.
Pre-Order 'Lindsey Luff' HERE

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