With a voice that can pierce through the dull monotony, Eilidh Lawrence; better known to you and me as Lidh; puts it to good use on latest single Murmur.
Murmur takes heed from the woozy ethereal music of Cocteau Twins, almost dream like at times as guitars and mandolin lap against the listeners ear. Lawrence's vocals are just as delightful; a clear folk grounding but drifting off into dream-pop regions during the choral sections.
"You'd have to mumble, or murmur, to fill the air" sings Lawrence. The vocals may be a murmur, but the track has an instant connection, leaving you humming long after the three and a half minutes are up. Grab a free download via Lidh's Bandcamp page.