Curse of Lono EP Download

Debut EP receives great reviews

We are extremely excited that our debut EP is now available on 12″ vinyl and download. Here are some of the things people have said about the record.


“Mixing harmony-filled indie roots and gothic alt-rock, it’s a gorgeous debut.” Louder Than War

“Exile On Main Street meets William Faulkner.” Classic Rock Magazine

“Sexy, sweaty and savage, Curse Of Lono explore the heart of darkness with unflinching accuracy.” Shindig Magazine

“They might just be the best new thing this year.” AmericanaUK

“A shockingly sweet debut that is equal parts Teenage Fanclub and a gothic Big Star.” Innocent Words

“A grown up collection of songs that range from heartache, to sex for escape, to the darkest of humours and the general human condition.” No Depression

“Conjures up many fond memories of Neil Halstead and Mojave 3… A refreshing dose of Americana.” Paste Magazine (USA)

“A real find.” R2 Magazine

“Perfect for night drives and existential evenings.” Magnet Magazine (USA)

“Hands down my new favourite band… Those sounds and textures showcased across these four songs are, indeed, monumentally moving.Blurt Magazine (USA)

“Utterly, utterly mesmeric.”

“Curse Of Lono prove the future of Americana is just around the corner.”  Music Scramble

“A soulful, blues-inspired offering filled with raw vocals and catchy hooks.”  Gigslutz

“Swooshes along like a plush car through wet nighttime city streets.”  Record Collector

“Sounds like The Velvet Underground on a desert trip.”  Alt (Netherlands)

“A stunning, widescreen, cinematic sound that urges the listener to block out any outside interference, hit repeat and fully surrender.” Rhythm & Booze

“One of the year’s best and most exciting releases.” Dust Of Daylight (Norway)

Sophisticated and cool.” (Ireland)

“Powerful and downright lovely.” Aimless Skylarking

“This London-based blues quintet have already made a big splash in the music media, with their first EP winning over critics and new fans alike… It’s been suggested in some quarters that Curse Of Lono will be the next big thing… The potential is certainly there for this prediction to come true.” Scottish Metro

A perfect, dreamy collection of Americana.” NeuFutur

“A goth rock-influenced indie rock outfit with spacey harmonies and choruses that could stretch for miles.”

“This tremendous debut e.p by ‘Curse of Lono’ consists of four haunting, otherworldly and intensely dramatic songs with traces of early Pink Floyd, southern gothic country, Robbie Robertson’s first solo album and even Daniel Lanois!… Anyone who hears this recording will be drooling at the prospect of a full length recording!”

“The group entrances us with their atmospheric songwriting and beautiful harmonies… Curse of Lono knows how to get under the skin of their audience and make them longtime supporters.” Listen Here Reviews

A glorious multi-layered slice of deep dark, melancholic lo-fi Americana… I can’t begin to tell you how excited I am in anticipation of the forthcoming album.” Rocking Magpie

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