New York singer-songwriter, harpist and guitarist Lizzie No is one of the most exciting new voices in contemporary American music.

You could say that she makes “Americana” music, in that her work pulls from the rhythms and traditions of blues, folk and country – not unlike the artists to whom she’s most often compared: Allison Russell, Rhiannon Giddens and Adia Victoria. However, her collaborations with Brian Dunne, Pom Pom Squad and Domino Kirke also embrace an undeniable indie influence that allows No to move seamlessly between overlapping musical circles.

After two stunningly eclectic albums, Hard Won and Vanity, Lizzie’s acclaimed new record, Halfsies, finds her still searching for freedom from the constraints of categorisation, but more importantly, freedom from the depths of despair and from an increasingly violent and nightmarish American cultural and political landscape.

“She may be comfortable taking musical inspiration from the blues, country, folk, and soul but her lyrics and concerns relate to the Black experience in today’s America” Americana UK 8/10

“Melodically engaging and lyrically thoughtful… it’s already secured a place in the 2024 Best Of
list” Folk Radio UK

“A beautiful record” Pop Matters 8/10

“Lizzie No is without a doubt one of the most exhilarating figures to emerge in the folk music scene in recent memory” Silent Radio