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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

Aug 12, 2013

Last year Manchester rock group WU LYF unexpected called it quits. In the aftermath drummer Joe Manning, bassist Tom McClung, and guitarist Evans Kati decided to form their own band, Los Porcos. More

WU LYF Break Up

"WU LYF is dead to me"

Nov 26, 2012

Though it is yet to be confirmed from either their management or publicsts, Manchester rock group WU LYF - whose debut Go Tell Fire To the Mountain was one of 2011's breakthrough records - has supposedly broken up. More

Jan 05, 2012

Last night WU LYF made their U.S. television debut on The Late Show with David Letterman. More

WU LYF Announce U.S. Spring Tour

Coming Back to the States in April

Dec 13, 2011

Manchester quartet WU LYF have revealed that the band will be returning to U.S. shores for a brief tour taking place in April. More

Watch: WU LYF Covers “Wicked Game”

The Obligatory Chris Isaak Cover

Nov 11, 2011

At a recent show in Paris, WU LYF covered Chris Isaak’s “Wicked Game.”  More

Listen: WU LYF Release a New Song

Song, “Go Tell Fire (Reprise)” Streaming on Website

Sep 07, 2011

Today, the British band WU LYF released a new song via their website titled, "go tell fire (reprise)." More

Under the Radar Announces Summer Issue and St. Vincent Cover

Issue Also Features Stephen Malkmus vs. Gus Van Sant, M83, The Horrors, Washed Out, Bon Iver vs. Fugazi, WU LYF, Dum Dum Girls, and much more

Jul 28, 2011

Under the Radar’s Summer 2011 Issue has just hit stands. It features St. Vincent on the cover and includes articles on M83, Bon Iver vs. Fugazi, The Horrors, Washed Out, Stephen Malkmus vs. Gus Van Sant, WU LYF, Dum Dum Girls, Friendly Fires, Memory Tapes, John Maus, Niki & The Dove, Purity Ring, Youth Lagoon, and many others; as well as over 115 reviews. The digital version of the magazine also includes 50 extra pages of bonus content, including articles on My Morning Jacket, The Rapture, Eleanor Friedberger, Handsome Furs, Moonface, Stephin Merritt, Laurel Halo, and more. More

WU LYF Announces Tour Dates

All Going Down This November

Jul 27, 2011

In support of forthcoming debut full-length, Go Tell Fire to the Mountain, (September 6 via the band’s imprint L Y F Recordings) WU LYF announced a series of North American dates. More