We’re pleased to bring you the premiere of Lull’s new song “Sea Change” (listen below). The track is taken from the band’s forthcoming EP by the same name, which is scheduled to be released through PaperCup Music tomorrow, November 10th. You can purchase the EP here.

Lead singer Jon Billinge commented: “‘Sea Change’ is a woozy song for a woozy mind. It relates to the unconscious anxiety we feel when confronted with the idea that our life isn’t really ours but led by others, and not quite how we want it to be.”

London-based shoegazers Lull’s new EP Sea Change is the follow-up to their 2015 self-titled debut and last year’s Nouvelle EP, it finds the band experimenting with a darker, heavier sound, exploring the fragility of the self in an always-on world. Unlike their past two EPs, Sea Change was recorded live in pursuit of a rawer, more intense sound that more closely resembles the band’s live performance.

Having drawn comparisons to Cocteau Twins, Smashing Pumpkins, and My Bloody Valentine, Lull’s sound is hazy and dreamy, with swirling guitars and plenty of fuzz. The EP’s title track takes these elements and pairs them with impassioned vocals that culminate in an epic chorus. Lead singer Jon Billinge transitions in and out of a haunting falsetto, adding to the song’s intense, melancholic vibe.

Upcoming Shows:
November 18 – London, UK at The Engine Rooms for DIY Thursdays
November 23 – Cardiff, Wales at Gwdihw w/ Yossarian
December 01 – London, UK at The Finsbury w/ Electric Litany


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