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14 September, 2021Print

Barrie Returns With “Dig,” A Moment Of Grief Magnified

Barrie Returns With “Dig,” A Moment Of Grief Magnified

Announces 2022 Live Dates In Paris, London, New York + Los Angeles — Details Below




Today Barrie — the musical vehicle for recording artist Barrie Lindsay’s “decadent blend of synth and jangle-pop guitar” (The New York Times) — unveils “Dig,” a new self-produced single imbued with both a musical recklessness and focused emotionality. Atop a collision of dulcimer, slide guitar, and insistent percussion, Barrie vents conflicted emotions of grief and love. She sings with a newfound boldness, giving herself up to the viscerality of simultaneously losing a parent and finding the love of her life. “I can’t get enough of you,” she sings, sounding at once at a loss and right where she needs to be.

"Dig" is out everywhere now:

Directed by Robert Kolodny (Japanese Breakfast, Frankie Cosmos), the video for “Dig” is a technicolor dreamscape. Barrie, adorned in clothing both baroque and futurist, addresses the camera directly and seizes ownership in this moment of reflection. Watch “Dig” here:

“Dig” is Barrie’s first music since her debut album, 2019’s Happy To Be Here,which earned high praise from press (see below), an assortment of film and TV syncs, and a steadily growing global fanbase. Barrie is currently gearing up for 2022 live dates in Paris, London, New York and Los Angeles. See dates below and get tickets here: 

Keep an ear out for more music coming from Barrie soon.


Tour Dates

01/18/22 – Paris, FR @ La Boule Noire

01/20/22 – London, UK @ The Lexington

02/03/22 – Brooklyn, NY @ Baby’s All Right w/ S. Raekwon

02/05/22 – Los Angeles, CA @ The Moroccan Lounge w/ Nina Keith



Past Praise For Barrie

“A decadent blend of synth and jangle-pop guitar.” — The New York Times

"A dose of pure, aural nostalgia... conjures memories of summer beach-bound joyrides.” — GQ

“Combining influences of Sade and Enya into dreamy, indie pop, Barrie is making a rift in a genre that desperately craves innovation.” — Nylon

“A personal vision that’s long been simmering within its creator.” — Stereogum

“A cinematic soundscape that would seem right at home in a glittering John Hughes montage. Downright dreamy...shows promising cohesion and polish.” — NPR Music

“Your new favorite dream-pop band.” — FADER

“An expertly lush and candy-hued landscape of dream pop.” — VICE Noisey

“Wistful, swaying dream-pop gem that twinkles like hazy city lights on a late-night cruise down Mulholland Drive.” — Gorilla vs. Bear


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Photos, lyrics and more info available HERE.