Artist info

Genre

Indie, Pop, Rock


band members

EDDIE, TARAS, MARCUS, TOM, ANGUS


Website

www.theluluraes.com

Bio

The Lulu Raes are five mates and a cocktail in some parts of Queensland. Bringing a lifetime love of pop smothered in dance & punk, the Raes produce their own hook-laden pop tunes. With influences such as The Strokes, The Beatles & Oasis driving their love for music, they are sure to put on a show that makes your Mum say “Aren’t they nice boys”.

The Lulu Raes return with their newest single ‘Can’t Run No More’ which is a record about not being able to keep up with the lifestyle of a significant other; sometimes you just can’t run no more. Sonically the song boasts an opportunity for reconciliation. A cocktail of indie pop and upbeat rock as per the band’s usual attire ‘Can’t Run No More’ provides a perfect singalong moment for friends and loved ones to come together and enjoy the moment.


2020 is looking to be a big year for The Lulu Raes. ‘Can’t Run No More’ will be added the band’s repertoire of music which has previously gained them support from Triple J, numerous community radio stations and has seen the band share the stage with the likes of Dune Rats, DMA’s The Vines Jamie XX and The Jungle Giants. The Raes have also landed on lineups such as Groovin' The Moo, Blurst Of Times, Secret Garden, Lost Paradise and Festival Of The Sun.

"The pop/rock outfit really hit the main vain, oozing into fun-filled dancey rhythms, carried by addictive lyrical melodies and harmonies that trail seamlessly through each arrangement” - Happy

“Every so often there’s a band that comes along that really stands out. ...catchy melodies and soulful vocals that, quite literally, won’t leave your head for days” - Lost At E Minor


“The entire room fed off The Lulu Raes' energy, so much so that the floor was bouncing and at risk of caving in from the way too enthusiastic dancing. The band performed their form of sun-tinted indie pop wonderfully, encapsulating the pure essence of happiness” – The Music

Review

Review by Tommy Faith Tommy Faith

13 Mar 2020

Triple J
40

Hands up if you can hear the classic songwriting strengths of a band like The Kooks in this new one from The Lulu Raes. They left us for a minute but this beautiful new one has me feeling nostalgic on first listen. Welcome back legends.

Hands up if you can hear the classic songwriting strengths of a band like The Kooks in this new one from The Lulu Raes. They left us for a minute but this beautiful new one has me feeling nostalgic on first listen. Welcome back legends.

Review

Review by Claire Mooney Claire Mooney

03 Mar 2020

Triple J
45

I love the way this track instantly feels like it's always been a part of life. Like a true bffl. It's radiant, full of gorgeous sounds and songwriting and it's got such a classic feel to it. I never want it to leave my life.

I love the way this track instantly feels like it's always been a part of life. Like a true bffl. It's radiant, full of gorgeous sounds and songwriting and it's got such a classic feel to it. I never want it to leave my life.

Review

Review by Gemma Pike Gemma Pike

28 Feb 2020

Triple J
40

You guys are always such a sunny breath of fresh air. I'll never lose my soft spot for sweet singalongs like this.

You guys are always such a sunny breath of fresh air. I'll never lose my soft spot for sweet singalongs like this.