â€˜London quartet Lull formed just last year, but you wouldnâ€™t know it to hear them. Theyâ€™ve already settled into a dense, churning shoegaze sound in which guitars squeal and heave and dreamy vocals glide like butter in a frying panâ€™.
After the success of their debut self-titled E.P the band are set to drop a new single Cursed/Rusk at the end of November. With previous support from the likes of DIY magazine, NME and Tom Ravenscroft (BBC 6 Music), the bands fuzzed out, guitar heavy, shoegaze sounds are already turning heads.
Even though they are still fresh on the scene, Lull have managed to rack up a impressive list of gigs stretching as far as Portugal. Racking up a number of plays on KEXP, plus an ever-growing following to boot, Lull have definitely cemented themselves as ones to watch for the future.
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