Editors’ Notes Brooklyn-based Lucius's first full-length album, Wildewoman is an eclectic, winding indie-pop excursion, grounded in humming hooks, spunky harmonies, and unconventional instrumentation. Signed to Mom + Pop Music—a label that's home to Sleigh Bells, Freelance Whales, and Andrew Bird, among others—the group leaps among eras of pop music with breezy facility, sounding like '60s girl group one moment and sleekly sophisticated new wave revivalists the next. From the dance-ready "Turn It Around" to the quiet, yearning "Two of Us on the Run," the styles vary wildly from track to track. But things are held together by Jess Wolfe and Holly Laessig (both voice majors at Berklee College of Music), whose vocals offer a sharp, unifying current that flows throughout the album.

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Wildewoman
1
4:10
 
Turn It Around
2
3:28
 
Go Home
3
3:19
 
Hey, Doreen
4
4:41
 
Tempest
5
4:09
 
Nothing Ordinary
6
3:01
 
Two of Us On the Run
7
4:35
 
Until We Get There
8
3:28
 
Don't Just Sit There
9
3:51
 
Monsters
10
3:29
 
How Loud Your Heart Gets
11
5:43
 

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