, an American folk-rock band, has been distributing their nuanced Americana musical blend since early 2010. With appearances on numerous popular talk shows and their music being used for commercials and season finales, the band has been doing quite well in the modern music scene. The band name, a reinterpretation of one of the great lakes Lake Huron, defines the bands sound almost perfectly; a truly rustic and vintage compilation that stays true to American music. With their consistent sound permeating through the 2010s, it's about time they released some new material.
They celebrated the arrival of their newest album, Strange Trails
, by performing two tracks on Late Night With Seth Meyers
this week. Sporting a red sports coat and a slicked-back, retro hairstyle, Lord Huron's lead singer Ben Schneider very poignantly resembled a modern-day Elvis. His voice, howling and drawling throughout each performance, beckoned a likeness to the 50s rock icon that was irrefutable. Whether crooning about lost love on "Fool For Love" or trekking through tumultuous territory in the wonderfully ostentatious "The World Ender", it seems Lord Huron's specific brand of folk-rock has remained entrancing.
Lord Hurons newest album, Strange Trails
, is out now.