Indy Yelich – that’s Lorde’s sister, ‘FYI’ – releases debut single ‘Threads’

Expect to hear music inspired by Bon Iver, Kacey Musgraves and Tears for Fears.
Photo credit: Jones Crow

Indy Yelich has shared her first single, ‘Threads’.

Going by the artist name Indy, you might think that surname sounds familiar. It should do as Indy is the younger sister of Ella, best known as Lorde.

Speaking about the track, Indy explains: “Threads is about the fear of letting a relationship consume me. I wrote this song when I was going through a very on-off relationship for years. When I think of this song I think of a passionate argument, miscommunication, the excitement of New York City night life. A toxic, messy love affair. Flashbacks of the moments shared together vs being out surrounded by friends, always caught in between. This song is so special to me as it depicts what being in love at 23 feels like; chaotic, hopeful, passionate”

Indy also identified Bon Iver, Kacey Musgraves and Tears for Fears as some of her inspiration for her music.

You can check out ‘Threads’ here:

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