Lydmor’s “Guilty (Kill Me)” Is A Journey Of Self-Introspection


Photo: Annie Petra

Danish artist Lydmor takes us into the road of self-reflection in new single “Guilty (Kill Me),” a dark piece where the gal shuffles through the intense emotions that flows through us through the most soothing tunes. Built on a soft pensive fluidity, the track dissects a hefty topic y beckoning us into the deep corners of our own psyches – stream below:

“I don’t want to reveal too much of what the song is about – the lyrics are quite explanatory – but I think the song hints at the direction where I’m heading as an artist. Next year I will do a collaboration with the Royal Danish Theatre as well as the soundtrack for a new production at Oslo Theatre,” shared Lydmor.

Lydmor will be playing across Europe in the upcoming weeks:

1/25 – Volksbad Flensburg (Flensburg, Germany)

4/18 – De Casino (Sint-niklaas, Belgium)

4/23 – Het Depot (Leuven, Belgium)

4/25 – De Kreun (Kortrijk, Belgium)