The name The Lighthouse and the Whaler has always sounded like some sort of epic novel to me, like a classic book in the vein of Moby Dick. And true to form, the Cleveland band’s music has always been rather vividly cinematic, too. We ride the oceans towards our greatest adventures alongside the band as the trio returns with Into The Unknown, an exuberant charging, triumphant sweeping folk rock anthem bursting with blustering, windswept magnificence. No towering waves or vindictive sea monsters can stop us, not with this rallying-cry of a song coursing through our eager ears. Into The Unknown’s enthusiastic stomps and ardent hand-claps remind us of The Lumineers, while its unbridled zeal and its lively strumming spirit also evoke Of Monsters and Men. TLATW will be kicking off a tour tomorrow that will bring them to Bottom of the Hill in San Francisco on May 23rd. Learn more about the tour on their website, here.

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