Feels Like Second Nature
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Tickets cost $30.50 in advance, $35.50 day of show (plus applicable service charges).
This is a standing room only show. There are no seats at Meow Wolf. 21+ ages.
A Lucius Pre-Show VIP Experience is available for $99 (plus applicable service charges). It includes:
- One general admission ticket
- VIP early entry into the venue
- Intimate pre-show performance with Lucius
- Q&A session with Lucius
- Group photo with Lucius**
- exclusive VIP tour poster signed by Lucius
- Exclusive pocket mirror
- Exclusive commemorative pre-show VIP laminate
Every Lucius song begins with what Holly Laessig calls "coffee talks," in which she and Jess Wolfe share what's on their minds—and in the spring of 2020, they had a lot to discuss. Since 2007, Laessig and Wolfe have written this way, learning each other's stories by heart before weaving them into the lyrics and chord progressions of their inventive indie-pop anthems. Onstage, they're two identically-dressed and coiffed halves of the same whole, the mirror image of each other at the microphone; off-stage, they step into their respective lives—separate, but close—as chosen family. They've shared countless joys as they've seen the world while touring behind their 2013 debut album, Wildewoman, and its follow-up, 2016's Good Grief, but they've weathered profound losses and lows together, too. And when one of them experiences a seismic shift that shakes their world, the other is there to listen, and reflect, in order to help write through it.
"Holly and I are actual witnesses to each other's lives," says Wolfe. "Not only are we able to talk about these things and offer perspective, but she has this unique view into my life, and I into hers. We have been together almost constantly for the last 16 years."
Second Nature, Lucius' third album, is the closest thing yet to the musical versions of these intimate conversations. "We've gotten so used to helping each other write about very personal things," says Laessig. "It's funny, because Second Nature makes perfect sense as a title: it's become second nature to write for each other. A lot of what we wrote about on the record were things we hadn't talked about before: there wasn't a readiness to face some of those things."