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Isolation is nothing new for Fenne Lily - in fact, she's written an album of songs all about it. "BREACH", her Dead Oceans debut written during a period of self-enforced isolation pre-COVID, is an expansive, diaristic, frequently sardonic record that deals with the mess and the catharsis of entering your 20s and finding peace while being alone. Fenne was born in London and moved to Dorset as a toddler, where she grew up in the picturesque English countryside. Her mother gifted Fenne with her old record collection, through which she discovered her love for T. Rex and The Velvet Underground and Nico. Soon after she fell for the strange genius of PJ Harvey and came to worship Nick Drake, Joni Mitchell, and the richly crafted worlds of Feist, which inspired Fenne to pick up a guitar. Her debut album, self-released in 2018, organically found a large audience online, which grew after she opened for Lucy Dacus and Andy Shauf's North American tours last spring. Where "On Hold" grappled with love and relationships, "BREACH" digs deeper into Fenne herself.