There is something to be said about her voice. The audio quality of the room at the Burlington often times ruin a set in the dank hollow walls. The acoustics of the venue amplified her voice perfectly; the verses swerve with emotion, each verse is an elegant stream of consciousness, divulging her present and her past, her losses in love and in life and all things devastating and relatable to the listener. She sings the hymns of the human condition, soothing all the worries away with delicate rhythm.
Byrne is soon to be releasing her upcoming album this summer. She is working with Owen Ashworth of "Casiotone for the painfully alone," recording her tracks at his studio. Unabashed and beguiling, her presence is as persistent as it is melancholic, melodic and sincere.