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Luttrell shares ‘Some Other Time’ ahead of second studio album, ‘Lucky Ones’

Following up to his first album taster, “My Friend The Sun,” Eric Luttrell is treading closer to the release of his second album, Lucky Ones. His latest offering, “Some Other Time,” is an instrumental deep cut that arrives as the second single lifted from his forthcoming full-length. A certified crowd pleaser and firm feature of Luttrell’s DJ sets over the past six months, the single has stimulated crowds from San Francisco to Fiji to London.

Last year saw Luttrell release his acclaimed debut solo album, Into Clouds, on Anjunadeep. Now the San Francisco native makes a swift return to the UK imprint with his second LP. Whereas Into Clouds examined the transitional periods of life, and was reflective of Eric’s mindset at the time of recording, Lucky Ones is a celebration. Anchored in themes of gratitude, the LP is a collection of 11 meticulously crafted cuts which see him draw from a deep pool of personal influences. The album nods to The Smashing Pumpkins, Nirvana and The Prodigy, his love for San Francisco, Burning Man, climbing Mount Kilimanjaro, time spent as a student in Berlin, and even winning The Price Is Right.

Kicking off this spring, Eric embarks on his most extensive headline tour to date, with 23 North American shows revealed so far, which includes a performance at the iconic Coachella festival, with more to be announced.

Pre-order Lutrell’s Lucky Ones LP and buy tour tickets here.

Lucky Ones NA tour 2020
April 2 – Urban Lounge, Salt Lake City, Utah
April 3 – Effex Night Club, Albuquerque, New Mexico
April 4 – Bluebird Theater, Denver, Colorado
April 9 – 45 East, Portland, Oregon
April 10 – The Showbox, Seattle, Washington
April 11 – Celebrities Nightclub, Vancouver, British Columbia
April 12 – Coachella, Indio Polo Fields, California
April 16 – The Mohawk, Austin, Texas
April 17 – Stereo Live Houston, Houston, Texas
April 18 – Stereo Live Dallas, Dallas, Texas
April 19 – Coachella, Indio Polo Fields, California
April 23 – Miramar Theatre, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
April 24 – Concord Music Hall, Chicago, Illinois
April 25 – Exchange Nightclub, Minneapolis, Minnesota
May 1 – 1015 Folsom, San Francisco, California
May 2 – Shady Park, Tempe, AZ
May 7 – Magic Stick, Detroit, Michigan
May 8 – L’Astral, Montreal, Quebec
May 9 – CODA, Toronto, Ontario
May 14 – The Sinclair, Cambridge, Massachusetts
May 15 – Music Hall of Williamsburg, Brooklyn, New York
May 16 – 9:30 Club, Washington, District of Columbia
May 17 – Hangout Fest, Gulf Shores, Alabama