Saturday, March 30, 2019

"Marching Song" by Izzy Heltai feel like a sad finality

Marching Song by indie folk singer-songwriter Izzy Heltai is a spartan folk expose that moves like a slow heavy walk as teary as a sad finality. A walk away from someone or something. An ending. A broken conclusion. There are elements of hope too but even those feel fractured. Heltai carries emotions in his vocal performance and strums on his guitar as dashes of horns and piano fill in the spaces.

Izzy Heltai is based out of Northampton, Massachusetts and his songs about universal truths are often inspired by the natural beauty of Western Massachusetts. 

Robb Donker 

At 22-years-old, Izzy has already garnered a local loyal following in the New England Area. His debut EP “Sweet Apathy” was accompanied by a sold-out release show at the Historic Club Passim in Cambridge, MA, in January 2018, and Izzy continues to play other esteemed venues in the area, including Mass Moca, The Dreamaway Lodge and the Parlor room. He was also a recipient of a 2019 Club Passim Iguana Fund Grant for his forthcoming record.
In the summer of 2018, Izzy was named a finalist in Kerville Folk Festival’s New Folk Songwriting competition in Kerville, TX, and in 2017 was included in Falcon Ridge Folk Festival’s Grassy Hill Emerging Artist Showcase in Hillsdale, NY. He has performed at both regionally and nationally acclaimed festivals such as Ossipee Valley Music Festival in Cornish, ME and Freshgrass Bluegrass Festival at Mass MoCa in North Adams, MA, three years in a row.

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