Passerby Luluc

Cover Passerby

Album info

Album-Release:
2014

HRA-Release:
03.07.2014

Album including Album cover Booklet (PDF)

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  • 1Small Window03:40
  • 2Without a Face03:45
  • 3Passerby04:30
  • 4Winter Is Passing02:31
  • 5Tangled Heart05:42
  • 6Senja03:16
  • 7Reverie on Norfolk Street03:41
  • 8Early Night04:35
  • 9Gold on the Leaves04:36
  • 10Star04:00
  • Total Runtime40:16

Info for Passerby

In a world where instant gratification is the norm, patience has become a rare commodity. But for Zoë Randell and Steve Hassett, who make up indie-folk duo Luluc (pronounced Loo-LUKE), letting things unfold in due time not only defines their career trajectory, it also works as a pretty good description of their approach to making music. Music that Sub Pop co-founder Jonathan Poneman describes as “bracing, subtle, tender and magnificent”.

So while it may seem like Randell and Hassett’s history is littered with all kinds of good luck—from their initial meeting, to their relationship with The National’s Aaron Dessner, to their deal with Sub Pop, to grabbing the attention of Nick Drake’s producer—being in the right place at the right time isn’t just about fate. It’s about knowing when something feels right and having the confidence that people will respond when they’re ready.

The wait is over. The world is ready to hear Luluc quiet and clear.

“I’ve played Passerby on repeat, for months it was the only album I wanted to listen to.” (Matt Berninger, The National)

„The most beautiful album I've heard in 10 years.“ (Peter Blackstock, co-founder/editor No Depression Magazine)

Zoë Randell, vocal, guitars
Steve Hassett, vocal, guitars, bass, flute, keyboards, percussion
Additional musicians:
Aaron Dessner, guitars, bass, percussion, piano, synthesizer
Logan Cole, double bass (on tracks 1, 6, 10)
Stuart Bogie, saxophone (on track 5)
Dave Nelson, trombone (on track 2)
Ben Lanz, trombone (on track 5)
Dan Aulsebrook, trumpet (on track 5)
Thomas Bartlett, piano (on track 9)
James McAllister, drums (on tracks 1, 5)
Matthew Hassett, bass vocal (on track 10)
Judith Hamann, cello (on track 10)
Erkki Veltheim, viola (on track 10)
Aaron Barnden, 1st violin (on track 10)
Elizabeth Welsh, 2nd violin (on track 10)

Mixed by Steve Hassett Mastered by Greg Calbi at Sterling Sound, New York
Produced by Aaron Brooking Dessner and Luluc


Zoe Randell and Steve Hassett
are Melbourne duo Luluc (pronounced Lou-luke), who split their time between Melbourne, Australia and Brooklyn, New York. She has a low voice, his is high, he?s tall, she?s not so, and they harmonize ? with their voices, their guitars and in their creative vision. They produced their first album, Dear Hamlyn, on their own and its release saw them tour with the Fleet Foxes, Jose Gonzales & Lucinda Williams, among other tours & festivals. Their music has also reached a wide audience featuring in TV series ABC's Grey?s Anatomy. Word of their unique music has spread over time, recently legendary producer Joe Boyd invited them to tour in his Nick Drake tribute concert series 'Way to Blue'. Currently living in Brooklyn, the band are in the final stages of production of their second album, but this time with the help of The National's Aaron Dessner.

Booklet for Passerby

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