Is the best way to swipe your tears to move on quickly to another person? Should you heal from your breakup scars first before replacing someone? Lizzy McAlpine’s ‘erase me’ explores the feelings about filling the empty spaces love left behind with the help of Jacob Collier. For all the sad girls in the world, keep your eyes open for this new melancholic single on the rise!
In The Middle Of A ‘Doomsday’
Are you in a melancholic post-break-up mood? Lizzy McAlpine’s ‘erase me’ and ‘doomsday’ is the perfect comfort food for your aural appetite. The lovely guitar sounds drift in the air to heal our broken hearts slowly. Fans of Adam Melchor would appreciate the sorrowful vocals from the Philadelphia songstress. In ‘doomsday,’ the feelings melt in an apocalyptic mess. How to end our story without hurting each other? “I think there’s good in you somewhere I’ll hang on ‘til the chaos is through,” she sings with all her heart bleeding. The emotions vibe through the walls and we can only shed a tear. She continues on her new single, trying to keep up with the good alongside the pain.
Is Love Fading Away?
“Don’t answer me, I’m calling just to hear you scream,” the singer pleas to her ex in her new song. Lizzy McAlpine’s ‘erase me’ video pictures the parties to forget the pain. We try to run away from it, but in the end, we feel lonely in our private corners. “Race you to the end/My innocence waits like it desperately knows that I’ll crash if I don’t let you go,” she reflects on her true feelings. Should we let the person we used to love to fade away in the dust? Lizzy McAlpine vocals intertwine lovingly with producer and GRAMMY winner’s Jacob Collier soft harmonies. The gloomy guitars spread so many feels and ascend from pop to electronic fusion showcasing so many emotional loops and games. Finneas fans, make sure to lend some hear to this wonderful track and catch her on tour with Dodie next year. Get your tickets here!
If you had to erase something from your past, what would it be? Stream ‘erase me’ from your fav music platform here! What do you think about this Lizzy McAlpine and Jacob Collier duet? Share your thoughts with us on Twitter @TheHoneyPop, Facebook, or Instagram.
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