The Lumineers are an American folk rock band from Denver, Colorado, consisting of frontman Wesley Schultz and multi-instrumentalists Jeremiah Fraites and Neyla Pekarek.
After forming back in 2005, the trio began writing songs, before turning down major label offers to sign for independent label Dualtone Records in 2011. 2012 saw the band put out their self-titled debut album, which peaked at #11 in the Billboard Hot 200 and #21 in the UK Albums Chart. The album featured the single Ho Hey, which was used by Microsoft in their advertisements, as well as the song Stubborn Love. The band returned with their second album, ‘Cleopatra’ in April 2016.
The Lumineers tour globally in 2016/2017, in support of their new album, ’Cleopatra’. They head out across North America, Europe and the UK before the year closes and will hit the road again to visit North America, Australia and South Africa in 2017. Catch them live by checking out the tour dates and ticket information below on Stereoboard.
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London O2 Shepherds Bush Empire on February 20 2013
The Lumineers have come from nothing to be one of the biggest new bands in both the UK and the US. The success of their 'Ho Hey' single and self-titled debut album has them playing sold out shows wherever they go.
A packed Shepherds Bush Empire is treated to material from their debut offering, including Charlie Boy, Classy Girls, Ho Hey of course, Submarines, Slow It Down and Dead Sea. In fact, every track on the debut is given an outing.
The highlight for me had to be the Ho Hey sing-a-long, which saw the band perform the song from the balcony. The lower level of the venue took on the 'Hey'¯ and the upper levels took on the 'Ho'¯. Brilliant.