Mainly described as ""weird,"" Lucas Kurmis is a singer songwriter from Minneapolis Minnesota. Lucas' music ranges from folk-punk, to indie rock, to spoken word, to noise rock. Lucas' focus is on guitar, but he uses strings, drums, and a toy casio in his own style. Lucas is currently releasing a visual album song by song on spotify, bandcamp and youtube. The album is called Another Time/Life/Universe and focuses on the grays of fiction/nonfiction and missed connections.
Escape in Someone Else
Featuring Jae Yates of My Mom's Guitar on cello and Bozena Scheidal of the Riverrats on violin, escape in someone else is a shifting, changing mix of chill and creepy, sometimes at the same time. Written and performed by Lucas Kurmis and mixed and mastered by Jacob Jones of Meteor Base.
I Thought I Died
This is the fifth release of the visual concept album series of Another Time/Life/Universe
“I Thought I Died is confrontational, abrasive, and utterly transfixing.” Amelia Vandergast, ANR Music Factory
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This is the sixth installment of the visual concept album series of Another Time/Life/Universe
Mixed by Lucas Rollo, this song has more of a "live" feel and is meant to be more of a spoken word story over music. Like the rest of the album, the song navigates disorienting relationships.
That Feeling you Get in Public Spaces
This was the first video release of the visual album project of Another Time/Life/Universe. With heavy inspiration from Modest Mouse as well as inspiration from Cloud Cult and Bon Iver, this is one of my favorites of mine.
This is the seventh release of the visual album series called Another Time/Life/Universe. This is a departure of my usual Freak Folk sound into a more meditative piano led song about time and truth. Inspired by Regina Spektor and Cloud Cult, this is a reworking of one of my oldest riffs.
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