Lia Ices's new album Ices is part anthemic and part sweet lullaby. Reminiscent of Chan Marshal and Tori Amos, her powerful voice is like a butterfly gliding in the sun- taking us through corridors of bollywood pop, persian percusssion, and chill-wave. Influenced by the works of Joseph Campbell and psychologist Clarissa Pinkola Esté, her music travels between light to dark to languid. As Lia says "I got really into the wild woman. The wild woman is the one who's in tune with creativity and powerful and sensual. A lot of this album is about finding strength." We are with her.