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Management: Seeking Representation


Press & Booking:

ABOUt Lydia 

Lydia Ford is a pop artist originally from Co. Mayo, in Ireland. At the age of 9 she picked up the guitar, inspired mainly by her adoration of pop-punk star Avril Lavigne. From there, she began writing and developing her own songs.


Taking inspiration from the production of acts like Sigrid, Julia Michaels and Lauv, Lydia incorporates elements of slick electronic production and gritty guitars. She currently records, produces and releases her music independently, collaborating with producers in Berlin, London, Tokyo and the US. Lydia recently performed at both the We’ve Only Just Begun Festival and Ireland Music Week in Dublin.


"Delivering a performance that was self-assured and engaging, the alt-pop sensibilities of {Lydia's} music shone through in a performance that more than matched her studio work" - The Last Mixed Tape

Her music has been played across various radio stations in Ireland, with two tracks as ‘Song of the Week’ on TodayFm and one track as ‘Song of the Week’ on 2fm in the past year alone. Spotify playlisting includes New Music Friday UK, A Breath of Fresh ÉIRE and Poptronix.


2020 is set to be an even bigger year for the pop artist as she has been featured as one of Ticketmaster’s “New Picks for 2020”. Lydia’s first single of the year is scheduled for a March release and she will play a headline show upstairs in Whelan’s on April 17th, in association with MCD. Tickets on sale now from 

Press Quotes

"{Bittersweet is} a breezy, electro-pop confection perfect for a chill vibes playlist"

- Billboard

"...we hear an artist that is breaking into the scene on her own terms; vibrant, and full of life she captivates you with her unique musical style time after time again"

- Broadway World

"Louise loved this fresh pop sound and now Lydia is our Play Irish Artist of the week"

- TodayFM

"There’s a palpable glimmer in the upbeat pop of Lydia Ford’s ‘Same Old Rules’....a well-constructed, fully fleshed out pop track."

- Nialler9

"One to watch out for in 2019."


"{Same Old Rules is} Ford’s most accomplished work to date."

- The Last Mixed Tape