LYDIA release strikingly eerie visuals for ‘Let It Cover Me Up’

July 19, 2018


LYDIA release strikingly eerie visuals for ‘Let It Cover Me Up’

‘Liquor’ LP just released via Weekday Records

“a potent brew of choppy riffs, infectious melodies, and lyrics that make incisions on personal moments in their lives.” – CLASH 

“blending their signature style with laid-back pop melodies and pulling it all off with impeccable flair.” – Rock Sound (8/10)

“On their new album, Liquor, Arizona trio Lydia muster up ten tracks laced with bliss, angst, optimism and despair.” – Gig Goer (4/5) 

“Take equal parts pop insouciance and brooding narrative, and you have two main ingredients through which the Arizona-based band works their alchemical powers.”
– Pancakes and Whiskey


Right on the heels of the release of their new album ‘Liquor’, Arizona indie-rockers Lydia are serving up a new music video for ‘Let It Cover Me Up’. The strikingly eerie, darkly lit visuals and seductive synths make for a baroque twin of a sequel to their previous video for ‘Sunlight.’ Frontman Leighton Antelman says of ‘Let It Cover Me Up’, “This is one of the first songs we finished from Liquor, which is kind of ironic because it was one of the most challenging to make. We put a whole bunch of work into this one – we produced it ourselves – and it really helped set the tone for where we wanted to go with the record.”

Indeed, the band’s seventh full length sees the band maintaining their DIY punk spirit while exploring a new expansive, emotive sonic territory. ‘Liquor’ is now available via Sony imprint Weekday Records, and also includes a track featuring Weekday labelmate Lauren Ruth Ward.

Following the release, Lydia will be heading out on a massive US-wide tour this summer. The band will be joined by labelmates Cherry Pools as well as fellow Arizonans Jared & the Mill.



7/25 – Albuquerque NM – Launchpad

7/27 – Austin TX – The Parish

7/28 – Dallas TX – Trees

7/29 – Houston TX – White Oak Music Hall

7/31 – Ybor City FL – Crowbar

8/1 – Orlando FL – The Social

8/3 – Atlanta GA – Masquerade Hell

8/4 – Nashville TN – Mercy Lounge

8/5 – Charlotte NC – Visulite Theatre

8/7 – Washington DC – U Street Music Hall

8/8 – Asbury Park NJ – House of Independents

8/9 – New York NY – Bowery Ballroom

8/10 – Philadelphia PA – The Fillmore *

8/11 – Boston MA – The Sinclair *

8/12 – Montreal QC – Petit Campus *

8/14 – Toronto ON – Horseshoe Tavern

8/15 – Cleveland Heights OH – Grog Shop

8/16 – Ferndale MI – The Loving Touch

8/17 – Chicago IL – Lincoln Hall

8/18 – St. Louis MO – Blueberry Hill Duck Room

8/19 – Kansas City MO – Recordbar

8/21 – Denver CO – Bluebird Theatre

8/22 – Salt Lake City UT – In The Venue

8/24 – San Francisco CA – The Chapel

8/25 – Los Angeles CA – Troubadour

*=Without Jared & The Mill

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