Lucas Oswald

Austin, TX

Lucas Oswald is a songwriter, producer, multi-instrumentalist, recording engineer, and international touring musician. He is currently a member of Shearwater and Jesca Hoop, and past member of the bands The Appleseed Cast, Old Canes, and Minus Story.

BUY WHET (DIGI/CD/LP): https://lucasoswald.bandcamp.com/

US Label & Licensing Inquiries: hello@cosmicdreamermusic.com
US Press Inquiries: vinyard@clarioncallmedia.com
US Radio Inquiries: shannon@terrorbird.com
EU / UK Booking: bade@toutpartout.be
UK Press Inquiries: http://stereosanctity.co.uk/


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Dark On Us


“[Dark On Us] may be the most pleasant song about panic ever written.”

--Stereogum
 

Stream ‘’Dark On Us’’ on Spotify: smarturl.it/darkonus

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Starving


"[...]the track’s lyrics find Oswald fighting his own mental demons, the ones that try to replace your personal value with the fear of abandonment."

--Consequence of Sound

Stream ‘’Starving’’ on Spotify: smarturl.it/starvingspotify


...deeply personal, profoundly cathartic songwriting, a document that charts his evolution as a songwriter. Heartfelt songwriting with a gentle art-rock sensibility...
— Clash Magazine
When ‘I Believe In Trying’ by Lucas Oswald came on, I listened again, and again [...] If you don’t ever want to come down, keep floating with Lucas Oswald’s new album Whet.
— Indieshuffle.com
[Dark On Us] may be the most pleasant song about panic ever written.
— Stereogum
There’s no steering clear of the infectious energy and buoyant vibrancy of new album cut Dark On Us, a folksy pop meets indie rock spark plug of a tune
— I Heart Moosiq
[Oswald] creates gorgeous piano-pop ornately adorned with his positively dreamy falsetto
— San Antonio Current
With his exquisite melodies, layered arrangements and unhurried gait, Oswald lands on a sweet spot somewhere between the dour brilliance of Elliott Smith and the Beatle-esque buoyancy of Ben Kweller.
— Columbia Daily Tribune
Oswald’s whimsical, pensive lyrics and his smooth, ashy timbre carry each song on top of astral droning[...]
— The Kalamazoo Index