It's been more than three years since the Norwegian band LÜT released their acclaimed second album "Mersmak," and since then, a lot has happened in the LÜT camp.
After supporting DIE ÄRZTE three times in the summer of 2022 by personal invitation, their former singer Markus Danjord left the band last year to pursue his professional career. The natural successor and new singer of the band is guitarist Mads Ystmark, who seems to be the perfect frontman with his incredible stage presence. Mads made his live debut during the support show for DIE ÄRZTE in Graz, where he impressed and captivated the 30,000 fans with his overwhelming charisma.
Since their formation in 2014, LÜT has already made a name for themselves among rock fans, especially in Norway. Their debut album earned them nominations for the Norwegian Grammys Spellemannprisen and the Norwegian radio P3 Gull's "New band of the year" award. Metallica drummer Lars Ulrich praised the band for their energetic performances in the podcast "It's Electric." LÜT has played at major festivals like the Summer Breeze Open Air, Reeperbahn Festival, Øya, Tons Of Rock, and several other Norwegian festivals.
Currently, the band is in the studio recording a new album, which is set to be released in 2024.