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Featured in February 2014’s “10 New Artists You Need to Know” by Rolling Stone Magazine, videos from Lena Fayre’s self-titled debut EP boast over three million views on YouTube and have received several awards including a songwriters’ competition for the song “Silver.”
Heavily influenced by art, literature and fashion, Lena’s musical interests growing up included Elvis, The Cure, David Bowie and other U.K. rockers. A Los Angeles native, the teenager’s sultry songs encompass an indie-folk vibe with rhythmic trance elements sprinkled in the tracks.
Lena’s musical style exemplifies a wide range of genres. Having worked with industry veterans Liz Phair, Olga Bell, Chris Keup, John Alagia, Jimmy Harry and Sean Gould, her gritty follow-up LP features a deconstructed pop, experimental sound.
These are my stories.
Moments, elusive and stagnant,
grown through sound, visuals, echolalia.
Music, the mirror – words of wound and remedy.
This is refraction.
Likenesses, images, distortion.
Generation Now, Generation New.
A child thumbing a flower as it pricks a hole.
Friction as past and future coalesce.
Nonsense was the word they used.