Often moody and dark, Lise Liddell’s songs certainly aren’t the wan ear-candy fluff you can sing the words to after half a listen. Lover’s Moon is one of those albums that sneaks up on you – and beats you over the head with a bear club when it finally locates your functioning brain cells. Hiding beneath the ambient soft rock façade are lyrics that aren’t so soft – or ambient.
“You've seen what meets the eye, but there's a lot more lying there / and when you see me naked, you may not wish to stare.” Ouch! And what the hell?