Minda Lacy is a bluesy folk singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist with a beautiful talent for singing about humanity and life. She portrays all its joy, flaws, nostalgia, loneliness, and wisdom with curving drops of impermanent acoustics that drip into the listener. Her insightful writing, soft melodies, and tender vocals weave us into the live and histrionic world that lives in her head. The Portland-based artist’s discography is a reflection of her thoughts, interests, and emotions. Within her glinting pools of music, we see versions of her sailing through. In her latest release, Loneliest Bug, Minda Lacy returns to three of her most beloved themes – time, bugs, and death. The eleven-track LP is acoustic magic at its best, with lilting luminosity. 

The title track opens the album with warm and chunky guitar strings while smooth violin melodies craft a delicate backdrop. Earthy beats set a gentle rhythm for Minda’s nostalgic vocals. As she tells the elaborate tale of loneliness and wonders about its encounters with the rest of the world, the husky timbre lends a unique texture and emotion to the track. Listeners of Joni Mitchell, Carole King, and James Taylor are sure to enjoy the buoyant perspectives of this artist. 

The track is available for streaming on popular sites like Spotify, Apple Music, YouTube Music, and Amazon Music! 

You can listen to Loneliest Bug by Minda Lacy here –