Lyra Pramuk

Lyra Pramuk


In 2020, Lyra Pramuk published a picture of her vocal cords on Instagram – a display-case of the force behind her debut album ‘Fountain’, arranged entirely from the sound of her own voice. The futuristic folk artist, whose music was hailed by The Quietus as ‘a potent religious test’ and by Pitchfork as an ‘excavation of one's own body’s possibilities’ is inspired by the collective ecstasy found in Berlin raves, where she lives, carving out a fantasmagorical sound that is both intimate and communal.

Photography by Joseph Kadow

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