Lunde is a community-forward, independent rock movement based in Kenosha, WI. Nate Uhrich and Jeremiah Lunde are founding members and cousins. They released their first full length album in 2020 and have since expanded to a rock solid 5 piece performance machine. Their indie inclinations shine throughout their diverse selection of song styles. From soft, sweet melodies, to screaming guitars, Lunde certainly has what it takes to be the best band in America, and in the world.
Cousins Jeremiah Lunde and Nate Uhrich originally conceived Lunde in 2018, when they were re-introduced to each other’s musical inclinations, after a period of time apart. Soon after, the band’s debut album Living Strange began to take shape. Calling in many influences, from Twin Peaks to Tame Impala, Bob Dylan, and Oasis, the album was a perfect storm. It features the elements of Nate’s trademark sound, simple and concise song structures, sweet guitar arrangements, and beach boy’s-esque harmonies. Since the release of Living Strange in 2020, the band has expanded to a 5 piece consisting of singer-songwriter Nate Uhrich, Drummer and producer Jeremiah Lunde, bassist Josh Janiak, guitarist Evan Steidtman, and multi-instrumentalist Logan Haller. In 2021 they released their follow up record, Stickin Around, which is a compilation of primarily live studio takes, memorializing their live sound at the time.
One fan said, "Lunde is a well oiled machine, they have their own thing going. They are the closest I've seen to true rockstars in the past 30 years. I truly don't think anyone can stop them".
Who are they
Founding member and frontman Nate Uhrich has played an important role in crafting the band’s sound. His musical journey started taking shape in middle school when a friend turned him on to The Beatles. In highschool, he started diving into artists like Bob Dylan, Brian Wilson, Mac Demarco, and Cage The Elephant. Since then, things have picked up momentum like a boulder. He has a politeness to him... until the moment he hits the stage, when all hell breaks loose.