Lera Lynn brings "Something More Than Love" to Europe starting this week28-11-2022
Lera Lynn isn’t prone to repeating herself. Having moved further away from her countryish beginnings with 2018’s duets album, Plays Well With Others, she followed up with the self-made, and self-explanatory, On My Own. Now she’s shifted into an entirely different dimension with Something More Than Love. Co-produced with her partner Todd Lombardo, it’s an often moving, sometimes troubled, meditation on the joys and trials of new parenthood.
Lynn gave birth to their first son at the start of the pandemic. Adjusting to being a mother while processing the internal and external changes in her life, she began suffering from postnatal depression. All of this played into the songs that took shape at the couple’s home in Nashville. As its title suggests, Something More Than Love pulls deep from her emotional self. On a musical level, Lynn imparts these songs with an unhurried grace.
Lynn was born in Texas but raised in Georgia, where she studied Anthropology, and she has lived in Nashville for over a decade. Lynn has released seven albums and EPs independently, and has had a hand in co-writing the music for the second season of True Detective – where she also made an appearance as the mysterious shadowy bar singer.
Starting this week in London, we can hear this album for the first time live on European soil:
02/12: London, UK - Omeara
04/12: Utrecht, NL - TivoliVredenburg
06/12: Cologne, DE - MTC
07/12: Berlin, DE - Privatclub
08/12: Lübeck, DE - Rider's Café
09/12: Copenhagen, DK - Hotel Cecil
10/12: Stockholm, SWE - Södra Teatern
11/12: Oslo, NO - John Dee