Finn Wolfhard’s Band The Aubreys Team Up with Lunar Vacation for New Track “No Offerings”

Wolfhard’s post-Calpurnia project adds to their growing track list with the help of the Atlanta indie rock group.

It was almost exactly a year ago that Finn Wolfhard revealed his debut track with his post-Calpurnia outfit The Aubreys for the original soundtrack to the Floria Sigismondi feature The Turning. With Calpurnia bandmate Malcolm Craig by his side, the jagged “Getting Better” was inspired by the late garage rocker Jay Reatard—yet today, with new track “No Offerings” in collaboration with Atlanta rockers Lunar Vacation, the project takes a more psychedelic turn.

“The song pretty much wrote itself, which is real neat,” LV’s Grace Repasky told Alternative Press, where the song premiered this afternoon. “The first two lines of the songs are from a text I got from our friend Ben while he was living in New York City for college—literal poetry. So with that, I just wrote the lyrics centered around a person who is trying to find their place in the world, as cliche as that sounds, and all the weird feelings you encounter when doing so. New places, people, things, and feelings—especially in a pandemic.”

You can hear the song below—and read the AP premiere’s accompanying Q&A with Wolfhard for some details on the project, as well as an update on the LP The Aubreys hope to have ready later this year.


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