From a debut in small live clubs and open mic nights, the band has become a live giant, selling out arenas around the world. The band made their debut on the international music scene in 2012 with their hit, "Ho Hey," the first single from their eponymous debut. The record ranked #2 on the SoundScan/Billboard 200, earning three RIAA platinum certifications in the United States and Canada and a prestigious pair of GRAMMY® Award nominations, including "Best New Artist." In 2016 "Cleopatra" was released, the album debuted at No. 1 on the Album Chart in the U.S., Canada and the U.K. achieving RIAA platinum certification in the U.S. and 2-time platinum certification in Canada. The Lumineers' third album, "III," has been praised by critics and audiences since its release in September 2019. The band's fourth album, "Brightside," was released on Jan. 14, 2022, and its first single, the title track "Brightside," reached the number one spot on the Billboard AAA Radio Chart-it is the sixth time the band has topped this chart. In addition to AAA, the song climbed the Alternative Radio Airplay and reached the top of Mediabase's AAA chart. Produced by longtime collaborator Simone Felice assisted by David Baron (mix & sound engineer) in two sessions in the winter and spring of 2021 at Baron's Sun Mountain Studios in bucolic Boiceville, New York, the album "Brightside" represents the return of The Lumineers after more than two years, as well as the most joyful and spontaneous work done by the band so far. The nine tracks that make up the album feature co-founders/co-composers Wesley Schultz and Jeremiah Fraites performing virtually all the instrumentation.