Exclaim! – Lief Hall Announces New Album ‘Roses for Ruins’
March 7, 2018
After recently promising a new album was on the way, Vancouver electronic-pop experimenter Lief Hall has announced all the details behind the upcoming full-length, as well as shared its second single “Lead Blood.”
Titled Roses for Ruins, the full-length is set to touch down digitally on April 6 via Aqua Aura Records. The former MYTHS/Mutators member recorded the album at the Noise Floor on Gabriola Island with Jordan Koop. Lending various acoustic instrumentation to the record were Elisa Thorn on harp, Byron Peters on drums, Martin Reisle on cello and Koop on guitar.
A press release promises this of the new collection:
January 19, 2018
With a new album in the pipeline, pop-flirting Vancouver electronic artist Lief Hall has given us a taste of
what’s in store with her song “Roses for Ruins.” You can experience it now via
a beautifully hazy new video.
New Single – “Roses for Ruins”
January 19, 2018
January 19, 2017
The 🌹Roses for Ruins🌹video is now up on Youtube!
January 10, 2018
This show celebrates the release of Lief Hall’s new single and music video “Roses for Ruins”. The single will be released both digitally and as a cassette tape, the first song released from her upcoming album due out this April.
The release party will be held at Western Front in Vancouver, BC on January 19, 2018 and features live performance by Lief Hall, Kellarissa and The Nausea.
New Single “Promise” – Out on Antime’sVO5 Compilation
November 23, 2018
“V05” is the belated fifth installment of ANTIME’s ongoing digital compilation series. This issue features some of the network’s core artists like founder Bad Stream and the Brazilian powerhouse ˆL_ as well as new faces bringing new and exciting sounds with them.
All proceeds go to Viva con Agua de St. Pauli e. V., a German NPO dedicated to bringing fresh drinking water and improving the sanitary situation in places all over this world where it is needed the most. Find out more about their cause and how to help them here: www.vivaconagua.org