Mighty - EP - Lord Huron

Mighty - EP

Lord Huron

  • Genre: Singer/Songwriter
  • Release Date: 2010-11-02
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 4

  • ℗ 2010 Lord Huron


Title Artist Time
Mighty Lord Huron 6:11 USD 0.99
Son of a Gun Lord Huron 3:48 USD 0.99
The Stranger Lord Huron 5:39 USD 0.99
When Will I See You Again Lord Huron 4:14 USD 0.99


  • ECHO!

    By First Refrain
    When Will I See You Again is the song I wish I wrote.
  • Amazing

    By ElBizcocho
    This shows that anyone, despite how unknown, can produce amazing sounding music. The songs are intricately crafted with a wide variety of musical influences. The production is stunning, the way the vocals sound so far away; tense and foreboding yet knowing and triumphant. Of all the strange music, this may not be the strangest that I've seen, but when it comes together as a whole, it sure is beautiful.
  • Mighty!

    By Likafool
    Very good album, even if I haven't listened to all of Lord Huron's songs on this particular album. The vocals and the other instruments really compliment one another. It's really an interesting experience to listen to Lord Huron's music, mainly due to the fact that the vocals sound so far away and the instruments sound very up close. Overall a great album, better than the Top Ten by a longshot.
  • the stranger

    By tsuru1
    I've listened to a lot of music this year. "The Stranger" is my song of the year, no question, and the year isn't over yet. It's gorgeous and the words perfect for the world I've been living in. For better or worse. Just an extraordinary, fantastic song. And the rest of the Ep is quite fantastic as well.
  • 11/2/2011

    By cmm1229
    Great E.P.! Without taking away from how good these 2 E.P.'s are I would compare their sound to early My Morning Jacket meets Fleet Foxes on a tropical bender. Got a chance to see them live last night in Austin. Their sound is even better live. Cant wait for a full-length album!
  • an acquired taste

    By Rachel Estridge
    I really like this sound because its like the male version of Meredith Godreau or Victoria Bergsman. Very calm yet very powerful
  • Even Better

    By Detroit Deacon
    I thought Into the Sun was good. This is even better. Great harmonies and wonderful lyrics. Beautiful and peaceful music for the soul. Can't wait for warmer weather with this outside grilling.
  • Hahaha

    By Howudodat
    These songs are amazing. Great production.

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