What Will We Do, coming January 25th

Hey fellow humans. We’re beyond thrilled to announce our second record, What Will We Do, to be released January 25th on Smithsonian Folkways! It’s been a wicked long time coming and we cannot wait to share it with you. For your listening pleasure, we’ve released TWO SINGLES available on Spotify.

For your future-planning-and-money-spending-pleasure, you can head to our tour page for a whole slew of album release tour dates. If none of that suffices, you can pre-order the album on CD or vinyl here.

An immense thank you to our fans and friends, to our expert co-producer and engineer Dan Cardinal of Dimension Sound Studios, and to honorary Lula Sean Trischka for playin' the drummies! We love you!

Album artwork by Carla Rozman, album cover photo by Meghan Ireland

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Shows + pals, our two favorite things

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We’re so excited to be joining our dear pals MIPSO for a short run of shows next week in Virginia and North Carolina! This will be a super fun collaborative show where we'll play a few songs of our own and join Mipso on a bunch of their songs! Isa will even be busting out the clawhammer banjo (her secret weapon). This tour, centered around Mipso's home state of North Carolina, celebrates the five-year anniversary (and vinyl re-release) of Mipso's first album, Dark Holler Pop. We wanna see some pals out there in Virginia and North Carolina! You can get tickets to all of these shows on our website. Or just click this here link.

Americanafest + All Songs Considered!

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We had quite a time at Americanafest in Nashville this past week – saw lots of friends, lots of great music, lots of friends making great music, and played two showcases of our own. Some folks from NPR Music saw us play, and were kind enough to feature us (and our song “One More Night”) in their “Best of Americanafest 2018” roundup for All Songs Considered!

Jewly Hight writes: "They won me over because they're virtuosic musicians, they have a great three-part vocal, and they just have such a clarity of perspective and tone of voice and such biting wit. They seem like young women who know their minds and flex their intellects, and really capture the awkwardness of contemporary communication." Listen to the piece here.

Our Southeast tour finishes up this week, check out our tour dates here!

Smithsonian Folkways Recordings

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For as long as we have been folk music lovers and musicians, we have been deeply inspired by Smithsonian Folkways Recordings and their artists. Therefore, we are thrilled and honored to announce we have signed with Folkways for the release of our second album. Their archive is full of records made by our musical and political heroes, and to share a record label with so many legendary folk musicians is a dream come true. We are so excited to join Folkways in their renewed commitment to celebrating the past and future of folk music and activism, and we look forward to sharing more with you about our new album!

Lula Wiles joins Lost Buffalo Artists

We're so excited to announce that we have joined the Lost Buffalo Artists roster! Mollie Farr is a hard-working, intelligent, generally amazing lady and we're overjoyed to have her as our booking agent. We're sharing a roster with a bunch of our friends and favorite musicians, including Kristin Andreassen, Joe K. Walsh, Les Poules à Colin, and Locust Honey.

If you're interested in booking Lula Wiles, you can get in touch with Mollie at molliefarr@lostbuffaloartists.com!

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