Lucius debuts video for “Something About You”

Lucius debuts video for "Something About You". The song comes off Lucius' forthcoming release 'Good Grief'

The video for “Something About You,” is the latest track from Lucius’ forthcoming full-length Good Grief. The video was directed by Mimi Cave who also directed the video for “Turn It Around,” which appeared on Lucius’ debut album Wildewoman.
Good Grief will be released March 11 on Mom + Pop.

Lucius—led by its co-founders and vocalists Jess Wolfe and Holly Laessig, accompanied by multi-instrumentalists Andrew Burri, Peter Lalish and Dan Molad—have confirmed additional North American tour dates this May with stops at Los Angeles’ The Fonda Theatre,Portland’s Wonder Ballroom, Denver’s Gothic Theatre and Austin’s Emo’s.

Good Grief was produced by Shawn Everett (Alabama Shakes, Weezer) and Lucius with Bob Ezrin. The album was mixed by Tom Elmhirst (Adele, Beck). Of the album Wolfe says, “When we started writing for this record, we had been away from home for nearly two years. We had just returned from tour, having gone through such varied emotions—loneliness, sadness and exhaustion alongside excitement, fulfillment and some of the most joyful moments in our lives…Whenever one of us had an idea or a feeling, the other was already a witness to it and could help navigate through it—for the two of us, this usually came in song form.” Laessig adds, “…When considering titles, we wanted to be sure to acknowledge any serious subject matter, while simultaneously allowing ourselves a comic sigh of relief from any personal turmoil. Ha! The yin and yang of the record naturally unveiled itself and, so, Good Grief.”

1. Madness
2. Something About You
3. What We Have (To Change)
4. My Heart Got Caught On Your Sleeve
5. Almost Makes Me Wish For Rain
6. Gone Insane
7. Truce
8. Almighty Gosh
9. Born Again Teen
10. Better Look Back
11. Dusty Trails


March 23 Minneapolis, MN First Ave*
March 24 Chicago, IL Metro*
March 25 Cleveland, OH Beachland Ballroom*
March 26 Toronto, ON Opera House*
March 28 Montréal, QC Fairmount Theatre*
March 29 Boston, MA Royale*
March 31 Brooklyn, NY Music Hall of Williamsburg*
April 1 New York, NY Webster Hall*
April 2 Philadelphia, PA Union Transfer*
May 5 Los Angeles, CA The Fonda Theatre
May 6 Santa Barbara, CA Soho
May 9 Portland, OR Wonder Ballroom
May 10 Vancouver, BC Imperial
May 11 Seattle, WA Neptune Theatre
May 13 Salt Lake City, UT The Grand
May 14 Denver, CO Gothic Theatre
May 16 Omaha, NE The Waiting Room
May 17 Des Moines, IA Wooly’s
May 18 St Louis, MO The Ready Room
May 20 Dallas, TX Trees
May 21 Austin, TX Emo’s