Connor Redwood has played an integral part in some of the biggest folk rock songs of the past few years.
The Lumineers have been hit with a lawsuit from a former band member looking for a share in the band’s sizable royalties, thanks to the breakout success of such hit singles as “Ho Hey,” which peaked at No. 3 on the Billboard Hot 100.
Fans of the band will already be familiar with the video director’s work, as he’s been responsible for Lumineers posters as well as tour and online merchandise for years.
The album, due out August 20 on Dualtone Records, will feature five bonus tracks from the “Ho Hey” band including a live version of their song “Slow It Down” and a cover of “This Must Be The Place (Naïve Melody)” from the Talking Heads.
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“I’m absolutely smitten with ‘I Love It‘ by Icona Pop,” she said. “It’s the way reckless abandon sounds in my head. I play it right before I go onstage.”
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Breakout folk-rockers the Lumineers continue a banner year including two GRAMMY nominations and a Platinum-selling single “Ho Hey” by announcing a slew of new North American tour dates.
It’s not quite like anything you’ve seen before on late night television.
Nominated for Best New Artist and Best Americana Album, this was the first time the Denver, CO threesome have graced the stage at the GRAMMYs. Along with Mumford & Sons, The Lumineers are seen as the leaders in the folk-rock revival, having sold more than half a million copies of their self-titled debut album.