Lucy Kruger & The Lost Boys Elevate The Noise With “Howl”

Art Pop group Lucy Kruger & The Lost Boys  have released “Howl”, the final single from their forthcoming album  Heaving which will be released on April 7th, 2023 via Unique Records, a division of Schubert Music Europe GmbH, and The Orchard. The new single moves from storytelling into “visceral confession” seeking catharsis.

The song plays a big role on the upcoming album as an “animalistic kind of autobiography.”

Lucy Kruger says:

I spent the last three albums quietly singing about how I wanted to make a noise and, on this song, I’ve finally managed to do just that – which means, when we go on tour, I’ll have to make more noise, which is a lovely trap to have set for myself. I’m looking forward to seeing how it all goes, and how it all feels, for everyone involved.

Lucy Kruger & The Lost Boys are an Art Pop Ambient Noise band who build “atmosphere and intensity.” Based in Berlin, the group is fronted by South African-born Lucy Kruger.

The band have announced an upcoming album launch show, which will take place at Lido in Berlin on the 5th of May along with a Spring 2023 European Tour.

Apr 04   Freiburg, Germany – Slow Club
Apr 05   Zürich, Switzerland – Fabriktheater Rote Fabrik
Apr 06   Alessandria, Italy – Cascina Bellaria, Sezzadio
Apr 07   Sion, Switzerland – Point 11
Apr 08   Varese, Italy – Circolo Gagarin
Apr 10   Macerata, Italy – Circolo Dong
Apr 10   Fano, Italy – Bagni Elsa Nº3
Apr 14   Paris, France – Supersonic
Apr 15   Lille, France – To Be Announced
Apr 16   Amsterdam, Netherlands – Cinetol
Apr 19   Nuremberg, Germany – Z-Bau
Apr 20   Bielefeld, Germany – Johanniskirche
May 02  Leipzig, Germany – Moritzbastei
May 03  Hamburg, Germany – Hafenklang
May 04  Hannover, Germany – Glocksee
May 05  Berlin, Germany – Lido
May 24  Dresden, Germany – Jazz Club Tonne
May 26  Offenburg, Germany – 361 Grad im Spitalkeller
May 27  Esslingen, Germany – Psych In Bloom
May 28  Offenbach, Germany – Hafen 2
Aug 10  Bad Kötzting, Germany – void

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