Sweden’s Louise Lemón is a riveting force drawing all kinds of highly deserved attention as she’s being tearing through the death-gospel underground scene. With a recent Metal Hammer interview now under her belt, she’s breaking out to larger and more varied audiences and is sure to absolutely wreck with her new album, A Broken Heart is an Open Heart, which dropped March 15th via Icons Creating Evil Art.
As always, we are honoured to have Louise join our Women of Rock ranks as she gives us five female-centric acts that helped shape the sound of her upcoming record, which you can stream/purchase now via most DSP's, including Bandcamp.
If Louise is “Not Enough”, what hope do the rest of us have?
- Her Blue album is one of my most listened to albums. Interesting instrumentation and real down to earth and honest lyrics with her special vocals makes me want to listen and makes me want to understand how she sings the way she does.
Check out the eponymous “Blue” from Joni’s seminal album.