Lili Haydn: Place Between Places


During the first two-and-a half minutes of “Can’t Give Everything,” the third track off of Lili Haydn’s third full-length album, Place Between Places, a sonic mixture of violin, choppy drums, and atmospheric sound suggests everything you need to know about the rising singer-songwriter/violinist.  I like to call it brilliant organized chaos—the kind that traps you in and doesn’t let go.

Haydn, who’s played with Herbie Hancock, and shared the stage with Robert Plant and Jimmy Page, soloing to “Kashmir,” has combined all of her dazzling talents on Places.  Tracks like the somber “Saddest Sunset” and upbeat “Strawberry Street” prove that Haydn and her violin have put it all together, making her one to watch in the years to come.

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