Israeli Folk-Rock Band, Lizardream Release Their Sophomore Single, ‘Boy I Used to Love’
Israeli folk rock band, Lizardream releases their sophomore single, Boy I Used to Love. The track explores heartbreak and toxicity from a profound perspective that instantly makes it stand out. Glinting acoustics and mellow beats form a beautiful vessel for the old sadness. As we get deeper into the song, a dark weave of violence, oppression, abuse, and trauma unfolds. Cast in the luminescence of the empowering wisdom in the vocals, it leaves us with a powerful message. “Tell him I’m free, I’m fine, tell him I’m laughing all the time, tell him I’m strong and have no regrets.” These lines are delivered with a fluid grace and graciousness that gives us a taste of triumph and resilience of the human soul.
The track is a beautiful showcase of both sonics and storytelling. While the alluring folk draws us in, the mystical folklore liberates us. Lizardream debuted early last year with the single, ‘Outside Looking In’ which was inspired by a trip to India. The band is composed of Adi Schmidek Barer on vocals and songwriting, Tomer Blatt on Guitar, Harmonica, and Melodica, Boaz Vexler on Bass Guitar, Guitar, Flute, and Ofer Salomon on Drums. Listen Now!