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Watch: LUH (Lost Under Heaven) - “Lament” Video

Spiritual Songs for Lovers to Sing Out Now via Mute

Nov 10, 2016

LUH, which stands for Lost Under Heaven, is the new band from ex-WU LYF frontman Ellery James Roberts and Ebony Hoorn. The duo released their debut album, Spiritual Songs for Lovers to Sing, earlier this year via Mute. Now they have shared a video for "Lament." More

Watch: LUH - “Lost Under Heaven” Video

Spiritual Songs for Lovers to Sing Out Now via Mute

Aug 25, 2016

LUH, which stands for Lost Under Heaven, is the new band from ex-WU LYF frontman Ellery James Roberts and Ebony Hoorn. The duo released their debut album, Spiritual Songs for Lovers to Sing, earlier this year via Mute.  More

Under the Radar Announces May/June 2016 Issue with M83 on the Cover

Issue 57 Also Includes Interview with Lush, Primal Scream, John Carpenter, Frightened Rabbit, Underworld, Yeasayer, Frankie Cosmos, Julien Baker, Cat's Eyes, School of Seven Bells, Parquet Courts, Fear of Men, Minor Victories, Kevin Morby, and More

May 06, 2016

Under the Radar is excited to announce the full details of our May/June 2016 issue (out May, June, and into July), which has shipped out to subscribers and stores and will be on all newsstands soon. It will also soon be available digitally via Under the Radar's app, and the magazine apps Zinio, Readly, and Readbug. The issue features M83 on the cover. More

Listen: LUH (WU LYF’s Ellery James Roberts + Ebony Hoorn) - “$ORO”

Spiritual Songs for Lovers to Sing Due Out Friday via Mute

May 03, 2016

LUH, which stands for Lost Under Heaven, is the new band from ex-WU LYF frontman Ellery James Roberts and Ebony Hoorn. The duo are releasing their debut album, Spiritual Songs for Lovers to Sing, this Friday via Mute. Now they have shared another song from the record, "," which Roberts says has a "zeitgeist dystopian club aesthetic." Listen below. More

Apr 20, 2016

LUH, which stands for Lost Under Heaven, is the new band from ex-WU LYF frontman Ellery James Roberts and Ebony Hoorn. The duo are releasing their debut album, Spiritual Songs for Lovers to Sing, on May 6 via Mute. Now they have released the video for the previously shared single "Beneath the Concrete." Hoorn directed the clip, which superimposes images of the duo performing the song on top of distorted cityscapes and themselves.   More

Listen: LUH (WU LYF’s Ellery James Roberts + Ebony Hoorn) – “Beneath the Concrete”

Spiritual Songs for Lovers to Sing Due Out May 6 via Mute

Mar 29, 2016

LUH, which stands for Lost Under Heaven, is the new band from ex-WU LYF frontman Ellery James Roberts and Ebony Hoorn. The duo are releasing their debut album, Spiritual Songs for Lovers to Sing, on May 6 via Mute. Now they have shared another song from the album, "Beneath the Concrete."   More

Mar 08, 2016

LUH, which stands for Lost Under Heaven, is the new band from ex-WU LYF frontman Ellery James Roberts and Ebony Hoorn. The duo have now announced their debut album. Spiritual Songs for Lovers to Sing is due out May 6 via Mute. Below is a trailer for the album, along with its tracklist and cover art. More

Listen: LUH (Former WU LYF) – “Unites”

First Single and a New Website

Oct 16, 2014

WU LYF may have gone gently into that good night, but that doesn’t mean that good things aren’t emerging from the breakup.  More


Interviews

2016 Artist Survey: Ellery James Roberts of Lost Under Heaven (LUH)

Roberts on 2016's Best Albums, Trump and the Election, Brexit, First Kisses, and Scary Movies

Feb 07, 2017

For Under the Radar's 14th annual Artist Survey we emailed some of our favorite artists a few questions relating to 2016. We asked them about their favorite albums of the year and their thoughts on various notable 2016 news stories involving either the music industry or world events, as well as some quirkier personal questions.  More

LUH

Lost Together

Jul 13, 2016

When WU LYF finally collapsed in November of 2012, bringing to a close four years of breathless "next big thing" predictions and escalating disenchantment among the Manchester band's four members, vocalist Ellery James Roberts was ready to move on.  More


Reviews

Spiritual Songs for Lovers to Sing

Spiritual Songs for Lovers to Sing

Mute

May 20, 2016

I was recently trying to describe LUH's excellent debut album, Spiritual Songs for Lovers to Sing, to a coworker, and he asked what kind of music the band plays. Even after several listens, I was a little baffled: "Rock, sort of... but with mostly electronic instrumentation? I think?" More