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More about The Lumineers
Who are The Lumineers? They’re a folk rock band, based in Denver, Colorado. Their music has captured the public, with their debut album peaking number 2 on the Billboard 200 chart. Today, they entertain audiences around the world.
The band first formed in 2002, after Wesley Schultz (lead vocals, guitar) and Jeremiah Fraites (drums, percussion) began to perform together to cope with the loss of brother and best friend, Josh Fraites. At the time, the two performed under various names in New York City, including Free Beer, 6Cheek, and Wesley Jeremiah.
In 2008, the two invited Jason Van Dyke into the band. He had responded to a Craigslist ad while the band was still based in New York and known as 6Cheek. Neyla Pekarek similarly joined the band after she also responded to a Craigslist ad in 2010.
In spring of 2011, the band signed a management deal with Onto Entertainment. They then recorded a full-length album with producer Ryan Hadlock. And in December, the single “Ho Hey” was used in the season finale of CW’s Hart of Dixie. This created the buzz that the band had been waiting for on social media. And in 2012, “Ho Hey” debuted as number 90 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. The single later peaked at number 3.
The band ended up passing up major label offers to instead sign with the independent label, Dualtone Records. Their album was then licensed under similar terms to Dine Alone Records in Canada.
The band focuses on simplicity when it comes to their music. They’re specifically known for rustic folk type songs, and their music has been compared to Mumford & Sons. The band was also responsible for composing the music for “The Hanging Tree,” which is a song performed by James Newton Howard and featured the vocals from Jennifer Lawrence in the film, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1.
Currently, the band is on its Cleopatra World Tour.
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