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Music is a universal language that allows us to send messages to the world and connect with people on five continents. But beyond enjoyment or celebration, this discipline lets us express ourselves without ties and condemn certain attitudes or experiences. Originally from Boston, the now Los Angeles-based pop artist Lily Lane has just released her sophomore EP Queen of Hearts. A work with hopeful undercurrents flowing throughout each track, in which she confides what she learned after a devastating heartbreak in 2020. A deep process of inner learning that has been a turning point in her life.

“Sometimes the loves of our lives are our friends or ourselves or our pets. Partners can let you down. They may betray you in the middle of a pandemic out of nowhere after 5 years but that is life and the way I dealt with it is this EP,” replies the artist when asked about her new release, which comes after making a bright entrance to the music scene. Her musical endeavours shine proving there are truly no limits when it comes to both her musical capabilities and growing soundscape. Because sometimes things are not as they seem, and music allows us to discover the different facets of a problem and see it in a completely different way as if it were a therapeutic process.

“At the beginning of this project I was so caught up in my grief that I thought it would end up a ballad-heavy super depressing downer, but this project turned into a hopeful journey full of self-love, finding your chosen family, and knowing that love and life won't always turn out the way you thought but maybe it can be even better.” Queen of Hearts includes seven tracks ranging from Bad to Look At Me NowHow Do You Sleep or Love Me Like I Do. Special mention should be made on Heartbreak Wine, written with Lane's best friend Academy Award-nominated multi-hyphenate Abigail Breslin.

David Alarcón

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