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Lizzie and the Makers

Lizzie and the Makers

Lizzie & The Makers’ sophomore studio album, Dear Onda Wahl, embroiders their potent Southern-tinged rock with art-rock, dream-pop, and ethereal elements to spawn something all their own.

Released in April, it’s one of those rare records that combines single-minded artistry with broad commercial appeal. Created around the dusky yet soaring

Lizzie & The Makers’ sophomore studio album, Dear Onda Wahl, embroiders their potent Southern-tinged rock with art-rock, dream-pop, and ethereal elements to spawn something all their own.

Released in April, it’s one of those rare records that combines single-minded artistry with broad commercial appeal. Created around the dusky yet soaring timbre of force-of-nature front woman Lizzie Edwards, Dear Onda Wahlwas produced by Grammy winner Mario McNulty (David Bowie, Prince) and Cure guitarist Reeves Gabrels (Tin Machine, Bowie).Their influence, alongside the textured six-string and pedal-steel expressions of Edwards’ writing partner (and Gabrels protégé)Greg McMullen, ensure an intriguingly adventurous, hugely dynamic–and occasionally otherworldly–take on the traditional.

“We’re definitely rock ‘n roll ... [But] it’s almost like when we wrote these songs they went through a David Lynch portal, and came out a little bizarre,” mulled Edwards. “So I think we’ve been on this kind of ethereal tear, but our group is really rooted in Southern rock, and some English rock.”

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