A musician’s musician, having worked with Iggy Pop, Jeff Buckley and Henry Rollins, Inger Lorre’s notoriety has often eclipsed her darkly beautiful music. Her legacy remains haunted by the infamy of a band (the Nymphs) that burned brightly all too briefly, before imploding in a devastation of bereavement and misguided record company dealings.

“The Nymphs were a very original underground band with a unique sound and great songs” —Iggy Pop.

With her upcoming Gloryland LP, Inger celebrates her unique voice with total freedom, crossing genres from singer-songwriter to Americana and gospel. Working with Nashville multi-instrumentalist Buddy Woodward, she creates gorgeous oceans of sound with esoteric string instruments. Gloryland is produced by Paul Roessler (Lords of Altamont, TSOL, Richie Ramone) Woodward and Lorre.

“Inger retains her strength as a songwriter and performer without losing any of her sensitivity, fragility and danger. I always look forward to what she does, it never disappoints” – Henry Rollins