One of Sydney’s most exciting musical talents from the last couple of years, Lola Scott continues to treat the rest of the world with her uniquely captivating approach to indie-pop.
“When I wrote ‘Eviction Song’ it was my sixth move in the last four years (add another two moves since then). My 1/4 life crisis has taught me that there aren’t many stable things in life other than those ride or die friendships that feel like family (+family). The more emotional breakdowns we faced together as housemates, the closer we got to each other and luckily the eviction did not kill our friendships. And a couple of us have found a new place to continue the benders that probably got us kicked out in the first place. You can never please everyone so just treat people right and enjoy the time you get to spend with your close friends.”
Taken from the upcoming debut EP ‘1/4 Life Crisis’ which is out in 2021.
One of Australia’s brightest exports of late is back with a new single that’s full of powerful pop and one of the sweetest choruses you’ll hear this week.
“I wrote Take Me Back in the perspective of being at the end of a long term relationship & reminiscing on when you first met and how easy it is to dive into something new with no fears & no walls up. Especially with those big loves of your life its easy to throw logic & overthinking out the window when you start seeing someone without being prepared to work through the struggles that most people face when a relationship gets more serious.”
Powerful pop with hints of synth.