Emotional Education by Ider


Themes of anxiety, identity, mental health, and the human condition run throughout the albums 11 songs. They are consistently intricate and intimate, but draw from a multitude of influences, reflecting the multi-instrumentalists’ diverse tastes.

To understand the symbiosis that exists between Ider, you need only learn how the London duo’s debut album got it’s name. “It came from a song that I had written, ” says Megan Markwick, referring to the raw electro-pop anthem ‘Saddest Generation’, a beautiful examination of millennial malaise. “But then Lily had put in that lyric – ‘Where’s the emotional education we’re all looking for?’ And it was a penny drop moment. It’s such a perfect example of the way we work, this partnership that is all entangled.” “Emotional Education is what we give each other, ” adds Lily Somerville, “and what we’re going to give you with this album.”


2Wu BabyIder
3Busy Being a RockstarIder
4Brown SugarIder
6Clinging to the WeekendIder
8You've Got Your Whole Life Ahead of You BabyIder
9Body LoveIder
10Saddest GenerationIder


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