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Music has always been a way to express what we feel, to overcome our fears and share them with others. But in recent times, there are many artists who make this universal language a way to get out of difficult stages in their lives. Even more so considering the effects of the health crisis we are experiencing, which has made many of us reflect on our lives and social relationships. Inspired by the end of a friendship, Lorne's newest single, Bow Out, is a good example of this. An example that proves once again that music connects us through emotion.

“In the lyrics, I looked for ways to describe the need for space and a way out of a difficult situation,” says the London-based singer-songwriter about his new release. Introduced to piano from just 7 years old, his music is characterised by enveloping melodies, by the creation of his own ecosystems where time seems to stop through a plausible exercise in introspection. And his attraction to melodic pop and ambient rock is evident in his ideas.

Starting from a pensive sentiment, Bow Out is an exciting progression that combines poignant vocals, soft piano movements and electronic-pop layers. And the artist has achieved what he intended, immersing us in a cloudy haze that evokes the end of a friendship, sharing a very characteristic sensation. Having racked up hundreds of thousands of listeners with singles like Navigate and Oil and Water his music has reached over three million streams across a range of music platforms.

David Alarcón

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