Great debut : 4.3/5
This EP felt like the early days of Ariane Moffatt: sharing emotions, frailty and eerie vibes from a fresh perspective. Vocals are imperfectly honest, those texts are intricate. They could stand aside either Chloé Sainte-Marie or Annie Di Franco's. Her collaborator Blaise [of Unexpect] backs her with arrangements that bring melancholy to life. Violins were gloomy as Owen Pallet's Final Fantasy at times. The synths, strings & guitars are interesting in Lydia's syth-pop sound.
Favorite track: Andromaque.