Lesley Barth's debut full-length Green Hearts, a 2017 album charting the course of young love, has been referred to as "one of the most intelligent, evocative pop albums to appear in recent years (Anti-Heroin Chic)."
Lesley Barth’s sophomore album “Big Time Baby," due out May 15th, 2020, is the heartfelt and honest result of wrestling with a growing sense of feeling like an outsider in her own life. During the writing process, she questioned what she had learned her whole life about achievement being the key to happiness, quit her corporate job, and started to rebuild a sense of identity that didn’t require outside validation. “It’s an album whose personal meaning to me has grown over time, and I think anyone who’s gone through major life transitions can relate to the incredibly uncomfortable period of figuring out you’ve outgrown your old life and trying to navigate the new one, while always learning to better love and forgive yourself.”
"Make no mistake, Barth is a star, center stage. Run and grab your copy of Green Hearts. You will not be let down." (Music Existence.)