LUCK OF EDEN HALL / THE END OF THE LANE (BLACK VINYL) (SINGLE)

LUCK OF EDEN HALL / THE END OF THE LANE (BLACK VINYL) (SINGLE)

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The End of The Lane b/w Blown To Kingdom Come / 150 numbered copies on black vinyl.

Neo-psychedelic rock band The Luck of Eden Hall has been a fixture on the Chicago music scene since the 1990s, and they are “Phenomenal!”, says Jim DeRogatis of the NPR show Sound Opinions. Billy Corgan of Smashing Pumpkins claims their first 7” on Limited Potential Records is “still one of my all time favorites.”

With over 25 vinyl and CD releases, including nine full length albums, they have appeared in numerous articles in magazines including: Goldmine, Shindig, Record Collector and Bucketful of Brains.

Their theme song for the PBS television show Moochie Kalala Detective’s Club, starring Tim Kazurinski (Saturday Night Live) got them nominated for an Emmy.

The new single The End of The Lane pays tribute to the classic psych singles of yore, with lush guitars, plenty of echo on the vocals, the warm sound of the mellotron and a rhythm section with an uncanny gift for melodic fills. The End of The Lane is a song that was inspired by superstar author Neil Gaiman's wonderful book titled The Ocean at the End of the Lane. Mr. Gaiman created a drawing for singer Greg Curvey to use on the front cover of this single. The rest, as they say, is history.

Blown To Kingdom Come is taken from their critically acclaimed new album The Acceleration of Time

 

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