Lydia's music varies in style and genre - at once feeling quiet and pensive; and then explosive, powerful and dark. From bluesy rock, to folk, to indie country, and everything in between - even in her experimental endeavors, one can hear an urgency in her tone and a lyrical poignancy in her writing.
Her songs are pulled from experiences of growing up in a low-income burb of Columbus, Ohio, her studies at the local fine arts college, a decade of living and performing in Atlanta, touring the south, and then moving to New York City - not least having gone through two difficult divorces and now being a mom. All of which brings a dramatic and entertaining live show. You're taken on a journey of Brownfield's storied past of love, hope, fear and lots of failed relationships that keep you listening and sometimes laughing.