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Lucer - Bring Me Good News

4.50
Reviewer :
Arie van der Graaf Format: Album
Release date: 2016-03-25 Year: 2016
Label: Mighty Music
Genre: Hard Rock
Producer: Soren Andersen
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LUCER has been named the most promising rock band to come out of Denmark in a decade.

Now LUCER is ready to kickstart their career in 2016 with their long awaited debut album 'Bring Me Good News'! 

The band consists of the two charismatic brothers Lasse and Anders Bøgemark and drummer Jonathan Nørgaard and despite their young age, they have already played more than 100 shows in Denmark, U.K., Sweden, The Netherlands, Belgium and Germany - Latest not only as MIKE TRAMPs special hand-picked support band, but also as Mike’s backing band on stage. 
‘Bring Me Good News’ presents 10 new tracks that captures LUCERs well known live-energy in every bit and their melodic hook lines and catchy choruses.
The lyrical theme circulates around the whole ‘use-and-throwaway-culture’. While the world, society and pop-culture seems to only crave salt, sugar and sleazy scandals in primetime, the message on the album is quite clear by the title ‘Bring Me Good News’.
 
The songs are captured in typical Britrock style a bit like Oasis, The Beatles, but with much more power and energy with a great uplifting party vibe.
Vocally there are even some great yells that make me think of Kurt Cobain as well.

‘Bring Me Good News’ was recorded in only 7 days which gives it this typical in front of a stage feeling.

Denmark soon will be too small for LUCER thats for shure..! 

Tracklisting 1. Midnight Sun
2. Something Original
3. Too Late
4. Go Easy On Me
5. I Don't Wanna Know
6. Bring Me Good News
7. Shooting Star
8. What's In It For Me
9. Million Faces
10. Call It A Day


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