NEWS

New LP due out Fall 2020

 

Live Dates


Live Dates

2018
Los Angeles—October 28, 2018 at Part Time Punks at the Echoplex (with The Ocean Blue)
San Diego—October 26,2018 at The Whistle Stop
 
2017
Paris—September 22, 2017 at Paris Popfest at l’Espace B
Cologne—September 18, 2017 at Tsunami Club
Kassel—September 16, 2017 at Goldgrube
Augsburg—September 15, 2017  at City Club
Hamburg—September 13, 2017 at Astrastube
 
2015
Derbyshire—July 26, 2015 at Indie Tracks
Paris—July 23, 2015 – l’Espace B
London—July 21, 2015 at The Lexington
Brighton—July 18, 2015 at The Hope and Ruin

OUR MUSIC

Are You Numb?

Format: Digital Download

Date: October 2018

Catalogue: Self-release

Three remixes by Robert Hampson (LOOP // Main)

 

Blue Field

Format: LP (limited edition pink & clear vinyl) and CD

Date: October 2017

Catalogue: Shelflife / LIFE154

 

“Not only do The Luxembourg Signal sound the equal of the bands that inspired them, with the majestic Laura Palmer they’ve crafted something that surpasses those bands on many counts. It’s not an easy trick to pull off, but given The Luxembourg Signal’s experience, skill, and willingness to bare their melodic emotions, they do pull it off quite often on this album—which makes Blue Field quite impressive indeed.

Allmusic

Laura Palmer

Format: 7″ single

Date: June 2017

Catalogue: Shelflife / LIFE151

 

“As much as I relished the debut album from The Luxembourg Signal, I’m going out on a short limb and claiming this new single as the best work they’ve done to date… might just be one of the best songs I’ve heard this month, in fact”

—Austin Town Hall

Dying Star

Format: 7″ single

Date: December 2015

Catalogue: Test Pattern Records / TPR-10

 

Limited edition split 7” with Soft Science (ex-Holiday Flyer, California Oranges), featuring a remix of Dying Star by Robert Hampson (LOOP/MAIN)

The Luxembourg Signal

Format: LP (limited edition blue & black vinyl) and CD

Date: October 2014

Catalogue: Shelflife / LIFE113

 

“10 rich tunes combining dreampop, glimmering pop with a darker twist, shoegazing textures and a talent to knack unbeatable melodies within the noise and guitar drones. Spectacular.”

—Bloodbuzzed.

Distant Drive

Format: 7″ single

Date: April 2014

Catalogue: Shelflife / LIFE108

 

“A jangling, slightly astral trip down Ennui Lane, the kind of thing no self-respecting dream-pop band would be ashamed to have in its arsenal.”

—Buzzbands

 

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Reviews

“As much as I relished the debut album from The Luxembourg Signal, I’m going out on a short limb and claiming this new single as the best work they’ve done to date…might just be one of the best songs I’ve heard this month, in fact”
Austin Town Hall
 
“Prepare for shimmery, 90s-inspired guitars, a smattering of distortion, and a splash of sweetness.”
– Under The Radar
 
“Energetic guitar and punchy drums with just enough early 90s shoegaze-inspired distortion to give the whole thing a squinting-in-the-desert-sun vibe.”
– The Line of Best Fit
 
“Hopefully, the Phoenix has risen and the ashes of Aberdeen have ignited the brilliant flame of The Luxembourg Signal.”
– Big Takeover
 
The touchstones of dream pop and C86 are evident, but based on the these tracks The Luxembourg Signal is a noisier, more muscular brand of guitar pop than fans of the members’ other band might expect — perhaps more Popguns that Trembling Blue Stars. And once you hear it, you will have no complaints whatsoever. This could well be one of your new favorite bands.
– When You Motor Away
 
“a jangling, slightly astral trip down Ennui Lane, the kind of thing no self-respecting dream-pop band would be ashamed to have in its arsenal.”
– Buzzbands
 
“This evokes memories of late-era Sarah Records output, and the insistent drum track makes it all the more urgent. Meanwhile, crystalline guitars spider in and out, up and down, around and about to hypnotise you in the sweetest of ways. It’s a might statement of intent.”
-A Layer of Chips
 
“you’re already in love with the band, and you haven’t even heard them yet.”
– Austin Town Hall