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  • Audrey Llana

Lydia the Bard's Drops New Song 'Afraid of Quiet'

In the ever-evolving landscape of indie folk-pop, Lydia the Bard's voice arises to deliver a message that resonates with the quiet spaces of our souls. The London-based singer-songwriter has captured the attention of listeners worldwide, amassing over 400,000 subscribers on YouTube. With the release of her debut EP, she invites us on a journey that promises to be as introspective as it is melodious.

The standout track, "Afraid of Quiet," is proof of Lydia's ability to weave personal narratives into universal themes. Exploring the hardships of anxiety and the quest for inner peace, Lydia's lyrics are a balm for the restless mind. Her voice, both haunting and soothing, acts as a conduit for the emotional depth that her music carries.

The creative process behind this song was a collaboration with the talented Ben Tomalin, whose expertise has helped shape the track into a piece that not only showcases Lydia's vocal prowess but also the intricacies of her songwriting. The result is a composition that feels deeply personal, yet widely accessible—a rare feat in today's music scene.

What makes Lydia's work particularly captivating is the authenticity she brings to her craft. "Afraid of Quiet" invites listeners to confront their own fears and find peace in the realization that they are not alone in their struggles.

As Lydia the Bard continues to enchant audiences with her indie folk-pop sound, it's clear that her musical journey is just beginning. With the release of her EP on May 18th, she stands poised to become a beacon for those who find strength and comfort in music.



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