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Lisa / Liza // Momentary Glance CD / LP

Lisa / Liza // Momentary Glance CD / LP

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Indie pop in Chicago, USA ~ Indie folk label Orindal Records has arrived in large quantities.

This work is an album released in 2018 by singer-songwriter Lisa / Liza in Maine, the country.

Includes 6 bedroom folk songs that sing softly. DL code included.

Labels and other worksplease use this form. ///Click here to see more Orindal Records releases available at Tobira. 

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LP:
High quality, 150g black vinyl LPs in extra heavyweight, full color photo jackets with original art by Kyle FIeld (of Little Wings) & a printed innersleeve with handwritten album lyrics. Package design by Jessica Jones.
6 tracks, 41 minutes.

CD:
Edition f 300 copies. Full color digipaks with original art by Kyle Field (of Little Wings). Package design by Jessica Jones. CD edition includes four bonus tracks from The Morning Light of When tape.
10 tracks, 64 minutes.

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Orindal:

" Lisa / Liza is the recording project of Liza (pronounced Lisa) Victoria, a singer, songwriter & guitarist from Portland, Maine's DIY folk scene. Momentary Glance is her second album for Orindal Records, following 2016's home-recorded solo acoustic collection, Deserts of Youth.

Momentary Glance is Lisa / Liza's first album of electric guitar recordings, half of which feature the recording debut of her live band (comprised of fellow Mainers Jonathan Downs, Devin Ivy &
Pete Swegart). Momentary Glance was recorded & mixed by Efrim Manuel Menuck (of Godspeed! You Black Emperor & Thee Silver Mt. Zion Memorial Orchestra) at his hotel2tango studio in Montreal, with the exception of the song “Tea Kettle,” which was recorded & mixed by Colby Nathan at New Fruit Collective in Portland, Maine.

The deep, natural reverb of hotel2tango & added atmospherics of Liza's band mates create immersive environs for her patient guitar work & uniquely vulnerable vocals. Liza's dreamlike lyrics often return to themes of winter, animals, nature as a source of reflection and the unwritten letter. "

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Artist statement:

"Momentary Glance was recorded in the very coldest part of winter. We were told by friends in Montreal that even with the heat all the way up the wind still got through enough cracks in the walls, that jackets were needed inside their homes. We would walk Jonathan wore ski-goggles, and we traded mismatched gloves around (“you can wear them for now, I'll wear them later”). I remember being. concerned for my vocal chords getting too cold and keeping a scarf wrapped around my neck & warm beverages near. The album was recorded in just three days, much to the thanks of Efrim, who persevered in the sound room, kept our spirits light despite the chill. I was fully grieving while I recorded this album. My friends and band mates stayed by my side, they took the trash out of the Airb & b, they let me wake up at all hours of the night to cry, or to feel despair, and never suggested once that it was too much, always belie ving that we could create, that I could create, despite my state. And that's what made this record. I am still in disbelief that it is here.

“This album was made in the most difficult time of my life to date, if the album represents anything for me, it is finding strength in showing up for your fears, because many days that's all we can do. During the Fall of 2017, I experienced the loss of a friend due to suicide. I worked on this record in the hours that I had strength to be around people (all songs were previously written before this loss). When I first heard the final mixes, my first thought was There is nothing I can say or make to express this heartbreak, but I knew I had to record this record then, just to keep myself playing music and moving forward, and I'm more than grateful for those who care to listen. ” 

Artist: Lisa / Liza

Label: Orindal Records

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Indie pop in Chicago, USA ~ Indie folk label Orindal Records has arrived in large quantities.

This work is an album released in 2018 by singer-songwriter Lisa / Liza in Maine, the country.

Includes 6 bedroom folk songs that sing softly. DL code included.

Labels and other worksplease use this form. ///Click here to see more Orindal Records releases available at Tobira. 

----------------------------

LP:
High quality, 150g black vinyl LPs in extra heavyweight, full color photo jackets with original art by Kyle FIeld (of Little Wings) & a printed innersleeve with handwritten album lyrics. Package design by Jessica Jones.
6 tracks, 41 minutes.

CD:
Edition f 300 copies. Full color digipaks with original art by Kyle Field (of Little Wings). Package design by Jessica Jones. CD edition includes four bonus tracks from The Morning Light of When tape.
10 tracks, 64 minutes.

***

Orindal:

" Lisa / Liza is the recording project of Liza (pronounced Lisa) Victoria, a singer, songwriter & guitarist from Portland, Maine's DIY folk scene. Momentary Glance is her second album for Orindal Records, following 2016's home-recorded solo acoustic collection, Deserts of Youth.

Momentary Glance is Lisa / Liza's first album of electric guitar recordings, half of which feature the recording debut of her live band (comprised of fellow Mainers Jonathan Downs, Devin Ivy &
Pete Swegart). Momentary Glance was recorded & mixed by Efrim Manuel Menuck (of Godspeed! You Black Emperor & Thee Silver Mt. Zion Memorial Orchestra) at his hotel2tango studio in Montreal, with the exception of the song “Tea Kettle,” which was recorded & mixed by Colby Nathan at New Fruit Collective in Portland, Maine.

The deep, natural reverb of hotel2tango & added atmospherics of Liza's band mates create immersive environs for her patient guitar work & uniquely vulnerable vocals. Liza's dreamlike lyrics often return to themes of winter, animals, nature as a source of reflection and the unwritten letter. "

***

Artist statement:

"Momentary Glance was recorded in the very coldest part of winter. We were told by friends in Montreal that even with the heat all the way up the wind still got through enough cracks in the walls, that jackets were needed inside their homes. We would walk Jonathan wore ski-goggles, and we traded mismatched gloves around (“you can wear them for now, I'll wear them later”). I remember being. concerned for my vocal chords getting too cold and keeping a scarf wrapped around my neck & warm beverages near. The album was recorded in just three days, much to the thanks of Efrim, who persevered in the sound room, kept our spirits light despite the chill. I was fully grieving while I recorded this album. My friends and band mates stayed by my side, they took the trash out of the Airb & b, they let me wake up at all hours of the night to cry, or to feel despair, and never suggested once that it was too much, always belie ving that we could create, that I could create, despite my state. And that's what made this record. I am still in disbelief that it is here.

“This album was made in the most difficult time of my life to date, if the album represents anything for me, it is finding strength in showing up for your fears, because many days that's all we can do. During the Fall of 2017, I experienced the loss of a friend due to suicide. I worked on this record in the hours that I had strength to be around people (all songs were previously written before this loss). When I first heard the final mixes, my first thought was There is nothing I can say or make to express this heartbreak, but I knew I had to record this record then, just to keep myself playing music and moving forward, and I'm more than grateful for those who care to listen. ” 

Artist: Lisa / Liza

Label: Orindal Records