The highly influential indie rock band Lilys is the constantly changing concept vehicle of Kurt Heasley, the group's frontman, founder and sole constant member. His harmonically complex songwriting has resulted in six albums and five EPs. Originating in Washington, D.C, the nomadic Heasley refers to Lilys different periods as Epochs I, II and III. Through him and the rotating players in Lilys, the musical style and approach shifts continually. Their early recordings or Epoch I, notably includes the band's stunning, noise laden 1992 debut album, In the Presence of Nothing, which has been long out of print and is being reissued on 180g 2LP courtesy of Frontier Records. Home to the dreamy and atmospheric shoegaze gems "There's No Such Thing as Black Orchids" and "The Way Snowflakes Fall."