Lydia Luce - Azalea
Luce worked with Jordan Lehning and Skylar Wilson on Azalea, which she wrote after she moved from Los Angeles to Nashville.
The album offers 10 tracks that span everything from working through loss and heartbreak to finding growth in letting go and the peace that comes from solitude found in nature. Luce adds, “There are several songs on the record that are about solitutde. I needed to start learning how to be alone with myself so that I could be better for my humans. Being alone in nature has become sacred for me. The song Strawberry Moon goes the deepest into this idea. There is a line in the song that says ‘As the night rushes into me, I’m letting go of what I do not need, that lonely feeling, the one I can not breath in. I’ll throw it into the sea and let it wash away.’
Guitar Girl Magazine