Standard Digi Pack version of the new Lau CD with
8 page booklet
Far From Portland
The Bird That Winds The Spring
Save The Bees
Released October 1st 2012
'Lau are a remarkable band - the most musically adventurous trio in British folk - exquisite and hypnotic, musicianship at its best '
THE GUARDIAN *****
'A classy, beguiling creation'
‘an album for alternative music lovers as much as folk fans, brimming over with intoxicating, mesmerising music’
'The world's first Post-folk group - Lau continually break new ground'
'Race the Loser - a confident, assured record from a group stretching themselves and achieving great things'
THE MORNING STAR****
'Leagues ahead of the crowd - worthy of a David Lynch movie
expansive sonic landscapes - it's time to ring some changes - may frighten a few horses'
'an innovative, beautifully realised album'
‘This is music of such stunning creativity – one of most thrilling live bands, now one of most thrilling studio bands as well – what phrase, what note can possibly be coming next? ’
‘Lau are cutting edge renegades, super-charged with confident, free-thinking music that will enthrall’
‘Echoes of Penguin Café Orchestra and later Beatles’ recordings’
‘Buzzes full of natural light from which the band derives it’s name’