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After a brief breakup, Lydia have fully regained their artistic stride, as Devil convincingly demonstrates. Wistful yet clear-headed lyrics, atmospheric instrumental work, and abundant chorus hooks define the Arizona band’s fifth album, evident in the swirling shuffle of “Knee Deep,” the nervous tumble of the title tune, and the folksy lope of “Runaway.” Leighton Antelman’s bittersweet vocal presence pervades the album, giving songs like “Back to Bed,” “Holidays," and “From a Tire Swing” a heart-tugging quality that lights up even the moodiest track. Though melancholy in feel, Devil ultimately attests to Lydia’s vitality and ambition.

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if you haven't listened to Lydia, your life is pretty much meaningless. that's not even exaggeration.

Back in full force!

So Lydia is back with a new album and an edgier sound. I must say, although I just completed my first and only listen-through of the album, I am quite pleased with it. I think it's their best work since Illuminate. Songs like "Devil" and "Take Your Time" really stand out. The album overall has an edgier sound than what we have all become accustomed to in the past from Lydia, but it is delivered masterfully and feels more like a nice evolution than a sudden change of direction. So in short, I am once again in love with a Lydia album, and boy does it feel good to say so.

The Product of Determination

After being an avid fan of Lydia since "Illuminate" I would say they have grown dramatically and this album show cases it. Each album they write has its own unique sound that emphasizes one part or another of the band. With "Devil" they certainly gave the record a more aggressive rock feel like "This December" while keeping that ambient feel "Illuminate" had. "Devil" is the product of a band that keeps each album different but keeps those certain elements you love about them. To my surprise Devil even a little pop feel as show cased in the song "Hurry Back Tonight".

This album is definitely a great listen and is addictingly fun to listen to. You'll catch your self humming along even if you don't know the song.


Born: 1980 in Madrid, Spain

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Formed in 2003 by five high school friends, Gilbert, Arizona's Lydia quickly set out to make a dent in the local scene with their poetic and tender take on indie rock. Similar in sound to South Dakota's the Spill Canvas, and often incorporating eloquent male/female vocal harmonies, the band comprised Leighton Antelman (guitar/vocals), Maria Sais de Sicilia (vocals/keyboards), Steven McGraw (guitar/organ), Loren Brinton (drums), and Evan Arambul (bass). Lydia first got noticed outside their hometown...
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