(single taken from Strange Trails, out now)

Lord Huron have had new life breathed into their stunning 2015 Strange Trails album, with the closing song ‘The Night We Met’ featured heavily on the new Netflix hit series, “13 Reasons Why”. The wistful track has striked a major chord with viewers and new fans alike around the world, with astonishing chart entries and streaming spikes across the board.

Listen to ‘The Night We Met’ here

‘The Night We Met’ is currently #23 on the Australian Shazam Chart and has hit over 200,000+ Spotify streams in Australia alone within a week of the series becoming live. The single has entered the Global, UK, Mexico, Spain and Sweden Spotify Viral charts, as well as major playlists ‘Your Favourite Coffeehouse’ (2.3m+ followers), ‘The Most Beautiful Songs In The World’ (1m+ followers), ‘Hanging Out and Relaxing’ (1m+ followers) and many more. Indeed, the track is currently sitting with the top 10 iTunes Alt Charts far and wide including USA, Australia, UK, France, Italy, Netherlands, Ireland & many more!

Strange Trails is the follow-up to Lord Huron’s debut Lonesome Dreams, which gained widespread critical acclaim and acknowledgment in the year end ‘best ofs’ in 2012. The band have performed at Coachella, Bonnaroo, Lollapalooza, Firefly Music festival & more.

Strange Trails was written and produced by frontman Ben Schneider and recorded at the band’s own Whispering Pines studio in Los Angeles. Strange Trails is an anthology of weird fiction—a new collection of tales from the world introduced on Lonesome Dreams. Schneider explains, “There’s no direct narrative connection between the two albums. The stories here are separated by time, location and characters. Many of the themes have carried over and evolved.”

Originally a musical and visual solo project by Michigan-native-turned-Angeleno Schneider, members now include Mark Berry (percussion, vocals), Miguel Briseno (bass, percussion) and Tom Renaud (guitar, vocals). After a pair of EP’s, their debut album Lonesome Dreams was released in 2012, followed by extensive touring commitments stateside including festival appearances at the likes of