Ida Mae Share New Single ‘Lost On Your Time’

British duo Ida Mae share their brand new single Lost On Your Time, the latest single to be taken from their eagerly-awaited third studio album Thunder Above You set to arrive on August 25th! 
I am loving the raw emotion and soul pouring from their vocals, effortlessly drawing the listener's attention to their relatable storytelling. Apart from those mesmerising vocals, I am particularly fond of the piano-led production which is seamlessly paired with steady drum patterns, killer strings and lush guitars that together create an overall warm, soothing atmosphere that is perfect for a laid-back day alone or for those long drives at night. Check it out below!



Adding about the new track, Chris Turpin explains said 
When I wrote ‘Lost on your Time’ I’d been diving deeper into the folk roots of my childhood. I was rediscovering guitar tunings used by Nick Drake, Richard Thompson and Martin Simpson. I’d ordered a guitar from Roger Fylde; a parlour guitar made partly of a piece of Sinker Redwood - cut from a 200 year old tree pulled from a river bed in Northern California. ‘Lost on your Time’ was the first song written on the guitar. The combination of the century old American wood and ancient British ballad melodies I was learning seemed to gently come together. The symbolism and imagery of those old songs seeped into the lyric. The song echoes the night drives we’d taken through the mountains in the USA, moving from show to show. Those still moments when it was just me, Stephanie and the road. It was the first song we cut on the record. The whole band lives in close proximity. I can hear the nervous tension and excitement between the players as a static energy on the recording.