TVD Premiere: LuLu Lewis, “In Every Dream Home a Heartache”

A sweet surprise for your Valentine’s Day comes in the form of LuLu Lewis’ latest, “The Love Song EP,” an all covers, digital only affair (albeit with limited edition physical prints) from the NYC duo of Dylan Hundley and Pablo Martin. Today we’re delighted to premiere its initial single, Roxy Music’s “In Every Dream Home a Heartache.”

Our own Joseph Neff wrote earlier today, “Lulu Lewis find success with the holiday tie-in through inspired song selection as they hit the sweet spot between interpretation and recognizability. This middle ground is most pronounced in the opening reading of Roxy Music’s “In Every Dream Home a Heartache,” which comes off a little like young Siouxsie collaborating with early Ultravox, at least until Martin’s guitar bursts forth for an extended passage.”

“It started as research for me,” Martin tells us. “I was curious to see how certain specific parts of these songs were made, so I started recording portions of the arrangements. Hours later, after all that work, better to finish and release them. They’re cool.” We concur.

LuLu Lewis’ 2019 full-length release Genuine Psychic, which we reviewed last July, is in stores now—on vinyl

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