“Can You Find Her Place” Lydia Ainsworth

Phantom Forest is Lydia Ainsworth’s first album, since relocating from Toronto to Los Angeles. The LP is themed around the precarious state of nature in the modern world introducing a lush, complex dream world that the singer, composer, and producer created and inhabited largely on her own.

Ainsworth produced Phantom Forest herself, and wrote all the songs with the exception of the closing track “Green Is The Color,” a Pink Floyd cover, and “The Time” and “Give It Back To You”, which she co-wrote with Kyle Dixon of Survive (Stranger Things).

Lydia Ainsworth
Phantom Forrest

1. Diamonds Cutting Diamonds
2. Tell Me I Exist
3. Can You Find Her Place
4. Edge Of The Throne
5. Kiss The Future
6. The Time
7. Give It Back To You
8. Floating Dream
9. Green Is The Color (Pink Floyd cover)

Lydia Ainsworth
Live Dates

4/09: Steelyard – London, UK
4/13: Le Bababoum – Paris, FR
4/14: La Bababoum – Paris, FR
4/17: Vega – Copenhagen, DK
4/26: The Phoenix – Toronto, ON
5/01: Brighton Music Hall – Boston, MA
5/02: Elsewhere – Brooklyn, NY
5/03: Elsewhere – Brooklyn, NY
5/04: Underground Arts – Philadelphia, PA
5/05: U Street Music Hall – Washington, DC
5/09: El Club – Detroit, MI
5/10: Lincoln Hall – Chicago, IL
5/11: Fine Line – Minneapolis, MN
5/14: Wonder Ballroom – Portland, OR
5/15: Neumos – Seattle, WA
5/17: Great American Music Hall – San Francisco, CA
5/18: Fonda Theatre – Los Angeles, CA

“Can You Find Her Place”. Its inspiration came from Ainsworth’s love for Italian Renaissance painter Botticelli’s 15-century masterpiece “Primavera”, an allegorical representation of the burgeoning fertility of the earth in spring. She notes: “The video features the Greek gods of the painting in a choreographed Baroque style dance.” Keeping with the personal feel of the collection, her sister Abby Ainsworth directed the clip.