“Not only does the noirish blond front duo now boom, the group’s theatrical flourishes wail like the harmonies howls punctuating the title track …  the surge of Wolfe and Laessig dazzles without eclipsing all else. – 4 stars”

Austin Chronicle

” … ‘Wildewoman’ is packed with immaculate ’60s girl-band harmonies, souring melodies and stomping percussion.”


“perfect, magnetic pop music”


“the best band you may not have heard yet”

Rolling Stone

“Lucius’ infectious melodies, keen self-awareness and shameless authenticity sweep through all 11 songs, making Wildewoman one of the most complete indie pop LPs this year.”


“Now, with the release of Wildewoman, the world has an 11-song collection to tap its toes to. On Wildewoman, (Lucius) have expertly crafted a set of buoyant and layered pop songs.”



The Globe and Mail

“Like a sixties girl group transported to the modern day, Lucius weaves western and folk strands into their doo-woppy pop.”


“Laessig’s and Wolfe’s voices melt into a single, cathartic lilt that recalls the unvarnished crooning of Emmy Lou Harris.”


“Lucius mix things up in a label-defying manner, almost everything contributing to a uniquely unified, highly listenable collection.”

Consequence of Sound