Ghosts of You
Lydia's music varies in style and genre - at once feeling quiet and pensive; clear and precise, and then powerful and determined; angry and dark. From bluesy rock to folk to indie country - and even in her experimental endeavors, one can hear an urgency in her tone and a lyrical poignancy in her poetic writing. Her songs are pulled from experiences of growing up in a low-income suburb of Columbus, Ohio with an absent father, to her decades of unrest and recklessness in Atlanta and New York City. Brownfield's struggle with depression, and constant searching for a reason for being alive bring a dramatic and entertaining live show. You're taken on a journey of love, fear, hope and lots of failed relationships that keep you listening and sometimes laughing, but only moments from tears.