LISTEN: Torri Weidinger Captures Ears With Sweeping Melodies Via “lily of the valley” 

Drawing inspiration from Andrew Bird, Iron and Wine, and Andy Shau Weidinger is a versatile performer that captures the heart of any audience. Her sweeping, nostalgic melodies tell stories of love, pain, mental illness, and the fragility of life.

“lily of the valley”, is the latest orchestral folk release from Nashville songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Torri Weidinger. While the effortless melodies and airy delivery channel Adrianne Lenker at her tender best, Weidinger’s 12 years as a cellist shine through on the pulsing yet delicate string arrangements that hearken back to Nico’s “Chelsea Girls”. “lily of the valley” is one of two songs off the latest EP of the same name, out now. 

“lily of the valley is the second puzzle piece to the album. It tells a story of conflict and stubbornness. Where my reality is black, yours is white, and there is no gray. It’s scary what happens when you grow up believing that the world is against you. It’s a potent belief that poisons the bloodstream of even your most pure friendships,” says the artist.

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