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My Idea Share New Song “Lily’s Phone”

Cry Mfer Due Out This Friday via Hardly Art

Apr 19, 2022

My Idea, the duo consisting of Lily Konigsberg (Palberta) and Nate Amos (Water From Your Eyes), are releasing their debut album, Cry Mfer, this Friday via Hardly Art. Now they have shared its fourth single, “Lily’s Phone.” More

My Idea Share Video for New Song “Breathe You”

Cry Mfer Due Out April 22 via Hardly Art

Mar 29, 2022

My Idea, the duo consisting of Lily Konigsberg (Palberta) and Nate Amos (Water From Your Eyes), are releasing their debut album, Cry Mfer, on April 22 via Hardly Art. Now they have shared its third single, “Breathe You,” via a video for the song. Rachel Brown from Water From Your Eyes directed the video. More

Feb 01, 2022

My Idea, the duo consisting of Lily Konigsberg (Palberta) and Nate Amos (Water From Your Eyes), have announced the release of their debut album, Cry Mfer, which will be out on April 22 via Hardly Art. They have also shared a video for the album title track. More



Interviews

Apr 21, 2022

Lily Konigsberg has been kicking around as part of the NYC punk/no wave outfit Palberta for the better part of 10 years. She also recently released her first, and much more pop oriented, solo album (Lily We Need to Talk Now) late last year. Nate Amos is the musical mind behind the quickly rising synth pop duo Water From Your Eyes. He also records solo as This Is Lorelai, and in a prior life performed with his father’s bluegrass band. So how (and why) did these two find time to create yet another outlet for their musical musings with their new band, My Idea? More


Reviews

Jul 02, 2018

Could you be Palberta? The simple difference between you and any of the three misfits from New York is that you’re not trying to swindle ordinary entropy into a “rock” band. Like the gang’s last two misadventures, Roach Goin’ Down continues to bounce raucous, Fire Engines-esque mayhem inside the many walk-in closets of The Raincoats; minute-long snapshots catch Palberta whizzing through moldy budget inns and cracked computer screens. More