Yorkshire’s riotous post-
In the years since forming, LUMER have worked to single out the flaws of our broken, modern-day society. Spitting the same venom as their exalted northern forefathers, the hull-based four-piece echo The Fall through gritty, razor-sharp observations that speak out against corrupt world leaders, online social pressures and the vacuous existence we each live to endure. Though often vocalised with a certain poetic romance, their brand-new Disappearing Act EP is the frothing condemnation of a dystopia that feels all but too close to reality.
Lead vocalist, Alex Evans: “The entire writing process felt incredibly easy. It takes, whoever can be bothered to listen, down a bitter road of different experiences and what we despise in the world. It talks of love, hate, hope and death, and ultimately the personal things that affects the majority of people’s lives.”