Luluc are an Australian indie folk music duo, consisting of Zoë Randell and Steve Hassett. They are signed to the Sub Pop record label, which released their second album, Passerby, in July 2014. The album was co-produced by Aaron Dessner of The National, and it was recorded at his studio in Brooklyn. Sub Pop co-founder Jonathan Poneman, met and signed the band within 48 hours of hearing the masters of Passerby.
Passerby has received wide critical acclaim, receiving 4 and 5 star reviews in Mojo, Bust, Allmusic and Lesinrocks amongst others. Passerby was No 1 added to CMJ radio in its week of release. Matt Berninger, lead singer of The National, is quoted saying, "I've played Passerby on repeat, for months it was the only album I wanted to listen to.” Dave Di Martino wrote in Rolling Stone USA that the record is a "timeless, quietly special set" and that "Passerby is gorgeous and refined through and through"
Luluc released their debut album, Dear Hamlyn, in 2008; the songs were written following the death of Randell's father. Dear Hamlyn eventually gained a large group of influential admirers. Peter Blackstock co-founder of No Depression Magazine, wrote of the album, "The most beautiful album I've heard in ten years." In 2011, Nick Drake's producer, Joe Boyd, also taken by Dear Hamlyn, invited Luluc to feature in his Nick Drake tribute tour. They contributed the tracks "Things Behind the Sun" and "Fly" to the live tribute album, Way to Blue: The Songs of Nick Drake in 2013
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