Following the successful reception of their self-titled EP, Los Angeles' Little Red Lung is poised to release their first full length album, entitled Beware, on digital formats and 140G vinyl.
LRL originated in the foothills of East Tennessee as a solo project of singer/keyboardist Zoe-Ruth Erwin, whose pure, bellowing vocals have often been compared to Florence Welch, Stevie Nicks and Grace Slick. After relocating to Los Angeles, she enlisted three creative veterans of the local music scene: guitarist Ali Nikou, bassist Rob Hume, and drummer John Broeckel, whose unique influences, spanning the psychedelic troughs of Hendrix, the urgency of the 80's alt-rock movement, and the fierceness of the early Seattle sound, cultivated Little Red Lung's distinctive voice.
In 2012, LRL released a lavish debut EP, and spent the next year playing shows around the U.S., culminating in a performance at the 2013 Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival. Their singles "50 Fingers" and "Fangs" enjoyed featured placements on Fox, The CW, and Netflix programs, and the haunting music video for "50 Fingers" was met with critical acclaim, including first prize at the 2013 Idyllwild International Film Festival.
Inspired by these early successes, Little Red Lung forged ahead with a host of ambitious new material... vivid narratives with biting lyrics and unique sonic landscapes that would combine to form their first full length album, Beware. Utilizing the same self-contained production, but with
an expanded and polished approach, the result is a dramatic, dynamic, and genre-defying collection of songs that span from heavy and heart pounding, to subtle and delicate, with vibrant choral and orchestral breaths weaving throughout.
Starting May 1, 2015, Little Red Lung began releasing one song from 'Beware' per month via Bandcamp and their official website