One of the brightest talents to emerge on to the country, folk and Americana scenes in recent years has been Lizzie No, who recently followed up her winning studio albums Hard Won (2017) and Vanity (2019) with a themed EP, Holidays.
Holidays is a trio of songs released just before Christmas. The intimately recorded collection features support from Amy Nelson on background vocals, percussion from Nick Rapley, and keys and other instrumentation from Pretty Something, who co-produced the project with No, and Gabriel Barreto. All three songs – “Birthday Party,” “Niagara,” and “Scared” – are written by No, who also plays guitar and provides additional background vocals.
Country Universe is excited to host the premiere of the music video “Niagara,” which No recently shot in historic areas of Harlem/Hamilton Heights in New York City. The clip captures the solitude of early winter mornings in New York, as No walks past century-old brownstones and the legendary Hamilton House. No is joined by Eliot Routh, who contributed whistling to the track. The clip is directed by Barreto.
After you enjoy the video, check out our interview with Lizzie No, which also goes live today.
You can purchase or stream “Niagara” and Holidays below:
You can also support Lizzie No on her Ampled page.