Comedian Lisa Landry’s third full-length recording, Use This Against Me, is a harsh yet hilarious look at life after divorce that offers far more than expected. Recorded live at Denver’s Comedy Works while in the midst of of a rough split with her husband, Landry touches on sex, marriage, dating, and love in a rather unique fashion.
In an effort to best document the reality of her divorce, Landry recorded the album just weeks before her divorce trial - coincidentally the same date as the album’s release. In Use This Against Me, fans get a rare glimpse, in real-time, into the feelings and perspective of something that happens to so many but is shared by so few. Landry wants to make it clear that she is not experiencing anything that hasn’t been experienced by others. She confesses: "I’m not a martyr; bad breakups happen all the time. I just happen to have a notebook full of jokes and a microphone."