Lyla Foy is a musician from London who performs intimate, melodic pop music. Coming from humble recordings made in her kitchen her first EP, Shoestring (released under alias WALL), came out in 2013.
This lead into her debut album Mirrors the Sky (Sub Pop) in 2014, which was supported by international touring, sharing stages with the The National, Sharon Van Etten, Midlake and Phosphorescent. In 2015 she released her Umi EP and some more touring followed. After taking a step back to form a new band, consisting mainly of women, to help realise a new vocal-heavy sound, Lyla did a short tour in summer 2017 with Fleet Foxes . New album "Bigger Brighter" was released on September 14th 2018. While the album was made with longtime collaborator Oli Deakin from Lowpines, it sees her first foray into singing collaborations: Jonathan Donahue from Mercury Rev lending his otherworldly vocals to lead single Far Behind You and John Paul White from The Civil Wars crooning beautifully on Bring Flowers.