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A Sad End

I absolutely love Lydia, and I am excrutiatingly sad that this is the last music they will ever release. The lyrics are not typical, they are true poetry. They put into words what alot of artist just barely grasp. The music is calming, melodic and sex on the ears. If you have never listened to Lydia before I promise it will not be a waste of your time...They deserve way more credit than they have ever gotten. Spread the word of Lydia...I hope someday they will be recognized for their talent.

Just remember always move fast...


This is the perfect ending to one of the most hauntingly beautiful bands to that has ever existed. Lydia has proven to be more than just music, but rather, art. If you haven't had the pleasure of listening to them yet, you should. Though I am sad this is the last album to ever be released under the name 'Lydia', I am glad to have heard them at all.

Five stars all the way.


utterly fantastic


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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