“Soren Bryce Martin is Tummyache and her project is glamorous.” That’s what we called her project in the past. That still is true today.
The alt-rock project is Soren’s method to her ‘madness’, as she describes her experiences and palpitations, with lyrical visions that climb aboard into your listening state with unfettered and refreshing directness.
Soren’s been releasing works under her own name for 6 years, but as artists do often, she wanted another funnel for her new set of emotions to be rightfully expressed.
The Brooklyn based artist is aggressive in her lyrics, and razor sharp in aesthetics, in ‘Median’, as she explores methods of communication between lovers, inner demons, and unbridled chaos of the life that we could and sometimes live.
‘Commonplace’ continues to explore emotions of living and living in the world that is Brooklyn of some visions ago. The honesty that runs through the embers of Tummyache’s songwriting is beautiful, fully invested, and weathers the storms of a personal capacity with conviction and ambition.
The aggression of words and the excellence of her song arrangement, no doubt evokes feelings of highs and lows, in direct competition with our day-to-day entanglements with life. Personal and of ethereal, mingle seamlessly and effortlessly to guide us into a room of those days ahead.
Absurdity is the norm. Understanding, accepting, and working for the betterment – that is where Tummyache wants us to go.
As well as, her.
Her band is completed with: Brandon Rhodes, Taylor Bridges, and Clifford Gray, and their debut EP ‘Humpday’ drop October 29th.
See her next @ Healer Indianapolis Indiana, October 6th.