Lydia Brambila writes haunting folk songs in the spirit of Sibylle Baier, Elyse Weinberg, and Linda Perhacs in Athens, Georgia. Lydia’s debut album Migraineur is a sparse collection of meditations on monastic figures, natural phenomena, and the impact of music on migraine: "To know that singing could feel like healing was revelatory. I wanted to make an album that reflected what that feels like: hiding in the dark, feeling powerless and alone, and still being able to find lasting and beautiful things in that space." In live performances, Lydia explores the topics of labor, vulnerability, and healing in art. In critical work, Lydia analyzes the interplay of migraine, lyricism, journaling, and poetry through a Deleuzoguattarian framework of illness, art, and thinking.
"Charming indie pop debut from Seattle. Pairs vivid tones with rainbow-hued lyrical expressions of love and loss." Bandcamp, 2019
“Flying Fish Cove are a subtle super group that is rife with cosmic energy, flowing in all directions. every. single. member! Think magic, unicorns, prisim power, Moomin.” Camp Daze, 2018
Our debut record ‘At Moonset’ out now on Help Yourself Records, Lost Sound Tapes, and Jigsaw Records
They communicate seemingly by telepathy, and their eyes change color with the sky