Hailing from Brooklyn, New York, cellist turned industrial-pop producer Lye Marlow is cooking up a storm on her new track ‘Curly Fries’.
Lye creates a grungy atmosphere with cranking mechanical synth sounds, energetic beats, and warped tones at every twist and turn, contrasting with her sweet and ethereal vocals.
Lye explains: “Curly Fries is a grungy pop song about indulging in reckless whims, and putting all consequences on indefinite hold. It’s inspired by the ephemeral blur of a night out with the perfect company – the kind of night where eating curly fries with Irish coffees in a diner at 4am isn’t the nightcap as much as watching the sunrise over a completely empty Times Square. The track started as an experiment in sound design, and I had as much fun producing it as I did finding the inspiration for it. I hope it shows!”
This super-infectious track cements Lye Marlow as a force to be reckoned with as she explores alternative pop sounds in her own unique style; whimsical yet edgy.