Live Video: Lucius at The Triple Door

photo by Dave Estep (view set)

“Lovely” and “infectious” — mash those words together and it sounds something like Lucius. Watch and hear the band perform, and those words seem even more apt. Led by co-vocalists Holly Laessig and Jess Wolfe, the NYC-based five-piece blends gorgeous harmonies and lively percussion in girl group influenced pop songs, which sound terrific on record but truly come to life onstage. A Lucius show is as much a visual spectacle as an auditory delight — one Facebook commenter likened their performance to “double-dutch rope-jumping songs all grown up” — so we encourage you to read more about this band destined for stardom here, but only after you spend the next 46 minutes watching this video… trust us, it’ll be the best thing you do all day:



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