The beats mesmerize, the keyboards are drawn from a fracture in the space time continuum that says 1986, the vocals pour out in one word titles, such as “Pills” and “Fake,”
This album hits a mark most albums don’t lately: It can be listened to from start to finish."
Bradley T. Schuman
Headlining at Meow Wolf...Lindy Vision band successfully topped-off a spectacular evening of music"
Santa Fe Music Reviews
Natasha nails the sound with her syncopated and edgy guitar lines. And without Carla’s beats and her and Dorothy’s synth skills, the band’s sound would not be the same."
- Andy Jones, Live Taos
...strikingly beautiful in a head turning, jaw dropping sort-a-way. Equal parts K-pop divas and new wave rave queens."
- Ernest Aguirre, Duke City Chronicle
Lindy Vision Albums & Singles Are Available For Purchase & Download
We Are Lindy Vision
We are Lindy Vision. We are three sisters from New Mexico. We are self-taught musicians and music lovers. We learned to play our respective instruments by obsessively listening to a plethora of music growing up. Some of our greatest inspirations are musicians/heroes like Joy Division, The Clean, David Bowie, T. Rex, The Clash, Radiohead, Lou Reed, Brian Eno, Interpol, and The Strokes. In the early 2000’s, The Strokes’ album Is This It inspired us to create music.
Lindy Vision was formed in 2014 in Albuquerque, NM. Prior to 2014, we were known as Black Natives (with no official releases). We underwent the name change to Lindy Vision to better describe us and our attraction to music. The term “Lindy” was inspired by the autobiography of Malcolm X and the “Vision” comes from our shared personal mantra to always dream and keep goals. If you can visualize your dream, it can happen. We affectionately call all of our followers “Visionaries.”
All of our music is self-released. Our first official release was our EP Pink +Black (2014), followed by our LP Luck + Life (2015), and our sophomore album Lindy +Vision (2016). The current release Jute is out now.
Jute is our 4th self-released album showcasing the evolution of our sound, melodies, songwriting, and relationship as sisters; this album also explores the personal challenges we’ve faced as a family including drug addiction and the loss of our beloved mother in 2017.