Psychedelic Infused Witchy Folk, Meet Globelamp


There is a whole lot going on here, any given song on this EP contains numerous sounds going on at once, its full of poetic images amidst walls of psychedelic folk. My personal favorite is Daddys Gone, it has a heavy dose of garageblues, very well done . Overall the EP demands multiple listens there is just so much to take in that there is no way you can absorb this after 1 or 2 listens. This is what Elizabeth had to say about these songs from….Orange County Register

“I like the simplicity of stuff in the ’60s. It’s not Auto-Tuned. It’s not all these noises. The feelings remind me of California. Globelamp is the connectivity of everything, the merging of 21st century technology with the earth connected to it. A lot of the songs are about being strong in a world that wants you to be fake, and to be honest and a warrior.”

Meet Globelamp

Hi our name is…. Globelamp

And our sound might be best described as….psychedelic folk?

We are…..Elizabeth le Fey and whoever else I want a part of my solar system.

I am from….. Orange County, California.

I knew I wanted to start a band when…I grew up with a mother who idolized musicians.

Before starting the band I was employed as…….I was employed at a health food store, Mothers Market. I was a vitamins employee meaning I would help people find the vitamins they needed. I also was a waitress there, worked in the juice bar, and the deli.

The first song I wrote was…….Wolf.

It’s about……
thinking someone is crazy magical and wild and also about my mom.

I am currently listening to…. Mazzy Star, Cat Stevens, Talking Heads, and Elliott Smith.

My craziest gig ever was…

when I came back from going on tour with Foxygen and played in a basement in Olympia, Washington at The Guest House. so many people came to the show and it was packed. My friend Colin was slightly intoxicated standing right in front of me belting out my song lyrics. It was really funny and made it hard for me to sing actually, haha.

For fun I like to…..paint and collage.

A few albums that I can’t leave home without…..

The Beatles – The White Album

Elliott Smith – Either/Or

Mazzy Star – She Hangs Brightly

David Bowie – Ziggy Stardust

Neutral Milk Hotel – In The Aeroplane Over The Sea

The one thing we want you to remember while your listening to Globelamp……is that there is another world we cannot see, we are all apart of the globe lamp….

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From Pittsburgh, now in Florida, Cool Canadian artist wife , 4 great kids and two granddaughters!! I'm a lucky guy!

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