Lush reveals the Lush Music Pop Up

for Soho Music Month

Lush Music Pop Up Trailer

As part of a month-long celebration of Lush Music and the digital launch of the new Karma album, Lush will be opening the Lush Music Pop Up for four weeks from Saturday 17th July. Located on Beak Street in London’s Soho, the Lush Music Pop Up is an immersive space to experience, shop and enjoy Lush’s full music catalogue. 

Alongside the music, the pop up will host a selection of pampering products inspired by Lush music and customers will be able to take a look at Lush’s unique invention, the new Karma soap vinyl, a Lush Music Pop Up product scented with Lush’s best selling Karma fragrance. 

Lush’s Music Pop Up will also offer a platform to local London artists, with a designated space highlighting their music that we believe our visitors will enjoy as much as we do.


The Lush Music Pop Up will be opening on Saturday 17th July and then Mondays to Fridays from 11:00 am to 6:00 pm.

Soho has been at the heart of the London music scene for decades, and alongside Soho Music Month this July, we are proud to open up the Lush Music pop-up at the Lush Soho Studio on Beak Street. Music has always been an important part of Lush history, it has been a source of inspiration for products and spa treatments over the years. We are inviting customers to step inside and experience a slice of Lush music history. Peruse the entire ECC record label catalogue, discover new artists and bands and get your hands on music inspired and products.

Lush Soho Studio Manager, Michael O’Brien

Those unable to visit the pop up in Soho, London can still experience Lush music online and elements of the Lush music Pop Up in Lush shop locations hosting the full Lush music catalogue

Lush Brighton, Lush Belfast, Lush Arndale, Lush Meadowhall, Lush Cardiff, Lush Oxford St, Lush Liverpool, Lush Birmingham, Lush Kalverstraat in Amsterdam,  Lush Roma Corso in Italy and Berlin Europacentre, Germany).

ECC might be closing, but music in Lush continues…

For the first time, visitors will be able to purchase ECC vinyls and CDs at an updated price. Lush’s original record label, ECC, will be closing following the pop up but music will continue through Lush via their beautiful Spa music and array of curated compilation albums.

For further information, interview requests or to arrange your one-to-one tour of the Lush Music Pop Up, please email [email protected].

Streaming link for the Karma digital album can be found here:

Notes to Editors

About Lush Music

You would be hard pushed to pick up a Lush product that hadn’t been inspired in some part by music. You could say that music is one of their essential ingredients. 

Interacting and working alongside musicians rather than just listening to them started with their Spa treatments. Music was to play an important role and become a part of the therapy, creating the perfect soundtrack to massages, scrubs and soaks. All of Lush’s Spa treatments have bespoke soundtracks created by the ever expanding community of musicians who have become part of the Lush family.

About Lush

Lush invent, manufacture and retail fresh handmade cosmetics, such as the fizzing Bath Bomb and solid Shampoo Bars.  A beauty company with a campaigning heart, Lush is on a mission to create a product for every need and a cosmetic revolution to save the planet.  The ultimate goal is to leave the world Lusher than we found it.  Lush operates a strict policy against animal testing and lead the cosmetics industry in combating over-packaging by developing products that can be sold ‘naked’ to the consumer.  Today Lush operates in 47 countries with over 900 shops, 38 websites shipping worldwide and a global network of native apps and digital communities in over 30 languages.

Today Lush operates in 48 countries with over 900 shops, 38 websites shipping worldwide and a global network of native apps, broadcasting channels and digital communities in over 30 languages.

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