Lyra’s music is an eclectic blend of indie-pop, jazz and piano whimsy. Her lyrics and distinct vocals utter spellbinding stories and poised poetry for her listeners.
After releasing a series of home recordings, Lyra would enter the studio and released her debut album, "The Language of Eyes," in 2015. By the end of the year, the album would finish at #7 on the CJSR Radio top 300 albums of 2015. "The Language of Eyes" garnered four nominations at the 2016 Edmonton Music Awards.
The next few years would prove fruitful as Lyra would release her most popular song to date, "A Little Vulture Told Me," accompanied by a continuous shot pop-up video. She would go on to win three awards (nominated for six) at the Edmonton Music Awards in 2018: Music Video of the Year, Adult Alternative Recording of the Year, and Singer/Songwriter of the Year. The music video for "A Little Vulture Told Me" continued it's success by winning best music video at the 2018 Alberta Film & Television Rosie Awards.
Lyra released her sophomore record, "Tin Girl," in 2020, a work that contains a myriad of thematic and mythical expressions. "Tin Girl" won The Edmonton Music Prize in 2020.
Lyra continues to write prolifically and is eager to release new songs from her ever evolving musical catalogue.