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In the 1990’s The Luck of Eden Hall got their start with a 7” on Limited Potential Records (USA) and releasing the Belladonna Marmalade CD and several EP’s on Walrus Records (USA). These efforts received positive reviews and the band appeared in the New Line Cinema film The Day My Parents Ran Away, toured the mid-west and gigged regularly on the Chicago scene. TLoEH released the albums Subterrene in 2007 and When The Clock Starts To Wake Up We Go To Sleep in 2009. In 2010 the band started working with the UK label Fruits de Mer Records, releasing modern versions of classic psychedelia. In 2011 their first limited edition colored vinyl 7” EP on FdM Records immediately sold out. Their version of Lucifer Sam was included on the cover-mount CD in Classic Rock Magazine and their epic self released two volume CD set Butterfly Revolutions was included on “Best of 2011” lists around the world. More songs were released on FdM Records in 2012 along with another self released limited edition CD titled Alligators Eat Gumdrops, which sold out. In 2013 Butterfly Revolutions Vol. 1 & 2 was released as a limited edition double LP on Headspin Records (Netherlands). Shindig! Magazine hosted a free give away contest for the band and TLoEH ran a successful Kickstarter campaign to Tour the UK to support their 7th album Victoria Moon.
Initially released as a limited edition CD, Victoria Moon is scheduled to be re-released on vinyl by Headspin Records on September 1st. Active Listener Records (New Zealand) released TLoEH’s Greatest Hits Vol. 1 this spring and the band is creating the soundtrack to a kid’s television show called Moochie Kalala Detectives Club, featuring Tim Kazurinsky. The show will air three times a week on WTTW. Another song will appear on FdM Records in November as well and Shindig! Magazine is scheduled to publish an article on TLoEH's 25th Anniversary this year. Stay tuned!