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Chicago’s Psych-Rock band Lucille Furs made a song to lift your spirits

‘Paint Euphrosyne Blue’ is “a reference to the goddess of mirth about the human need to adapt to the point of becoming unoriginal.”

 

Lucille Furs
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Music, sometimes, screams “television commercials” and “department store placements”. The enthralling Chicago band Lucille Furs has a unique brand of music that makes you feel like your problems have vanished and they are no more.

‘Paint Euphrosyne Blue’ is “a reference to the goddess of mirth about the human need to adapt to the point of becoming unoriginal. It’s about chasing Van Gogh’s depressions because it makes you feel like a better painter.”

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Listen to the infectious high-quality that comes forth from the guitar strings, drums, and vocals that make up the band. It is their second single from their forthcoming album ‘Another Land’ out February 15 through Requiem Pour Un Twister. Lucille Furs will also tour this year. Stay tuned for the dates.

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