LILAH’s enormous debut single ‘Hold Me’ needs to be in a movie

LILAH has been kicking around Brisbane’s live ‘scene’ for a while now under a different moniker but today puts her debut single out under this name.

You kinda need to kick off something with a fresh name & fresh vibe when your first single is this good.

This feels like a tidal wave of brilliance surging, but her voice rides over the size of the production like a pro surfer in Teahupo’o. This is some series finale of Grey’s Anatomy crescendo shit.

Hold Me deals with “the all-too- familiar conflict we experience between head and gut instincts; the desperate want to be alone and extreme vulnerability of needing to be loved.” V relatable.

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