Lucius Dances Through The Darkness

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Lucius released their latest LP, Second Nature, on April 8. Vocalist and songwriter Jess Wolfe talks about how the music is meant to make light through the darkness and dance through it.

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Lucius released their latest studio album, Second Nature, on April 8. Vocalist and songwriter Jess Wolfe talks about how this album was written while she processed her divorce and how the music is meant to make light through the darkness and dance through it. She also discusses the collaborations on the album with Brandi Carlile and Sheryl Crow.

“It’s such a fine line to want to honor sadness and darkness . . . but also to want to somehow move it towards joy or bend it in a way that makes you want to move and want to celebrate something because life is short,” Wolfe says.

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