In March of this year, Weber traveled to Reykjavik to collaborate with singer and pianist Markéta Irglová, who is best known as one half of The Swell Season but also has a successful solo career. The two artists shared a natural musical chemistry, and Irglová ultimately produced and performed on two of Weber’s songs, “River” and “Free Floating.”
Folk journal No Depression calls Weber’s EP “…a confessional trio of lovely songs.”
At the end of a very painful breakup, Lizzie Weber harnessed her emotions in a set of songs that were too painful to perform. Now, some four years later, the scars have lost much of their sting. The results found on her E.P. You, document the relationship’s dissolution and the damage it did to her psyche.
“Most singer-songwriters can pen a halfway decent breakup tune, but it takes a deft touch to craft aching odes to relationships’ ends while still maintaining a composed confidence devoid of melodrama. Seattle singer-songwriter Lizzie Weber pulls off the feat on her new 3-song EP, You.” - Seth Sommerfeld, Seattle Weekly
Weber weaves a poignantly poetic folk tapestry in “Catcher,” an intimate moment of love, loss, truth, and dreams. Her words are particularly expressive as she allows herself to dwell in subjects until their well has dried up; she explores the purpose and meaning of her dreamcatcher (from whence the song takes its name), delving seamlessly into her reasons for having it (night terrors and bad dreams as a result of traumatic loss), and so on.