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"Wrung Out would often build to a cathartic, grungy climax, but these two songs see Lume exploring their more atmospheric side. “Black Sun” is sludgy post-rock with hushed vocals in the lower register, while “Harris” is driven by minimal piano, sort of in a Radiohead circa Kid A/Amnesiac kind of way. They both show a very different side of Lume, and it makes for a nice complement to the songs on Wrung Out." - Brooklyn Vegan


released February 8, 2019

All music written and performed by Lume

Produced and mixed by Mike Watts
Engineered by Frank Mitaritonna and Mike Watts at VuDu Studios in Port Jefferson, NY
Mastered by Mike Kalajian at Rogue Planet Mastering in New Paltz, NY

Additional guitar on "Harris" performed by Johnny Dang

Alternate album artwork by Matt Wojtan

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Track Name: Black Sun
Black sun, hanging around your neck
It weighs, it weighs, it weighs you down
Black sun, weighing down your words
It burns, it burns, it burns your tongue
I know you don't want to go
I'll go, I'll go, I'll go into
The black sun, there I'll wait for you

Too late, it's swimming in your wake
It pulls, it pulls, it pulls you down
Too late, it's pulling down your weight
It drowns, it drowns, it drowns you out
I know you're counting down your wasted days
So quick to fade into the black sun
They won't wait for you

Black sun, it hung around your neck
It weighed, it weighed, it weighed you down
Black sun, weighing down your words
It burned, it burned, it burned your tongue
I know you didn't want to go
You'll go, you'll go, you'll go into
The black sun will find a place for you
Track Name: Harris
You're laying face down in the dirt
You promised me it didn't hurt

Was it for pain or pleasure?
What is my regret even worth?

Tried not to let my weakness show
Hoping I didn't move too slow

Now you're laying face down in the dirt
Sometimes tough love doesn't work