Jackson, TN native singer and songwriter Lo Lo releases this love nostalgic single “Yours.” This record listens like a time capsule that’s zoomed into the present day with frequencies from past pop-soul vibes but a sound still unique to the young rising star. Lo Lo’s effortless delivery amid her unquestionably relatable lyrics makes this a record to get you through the aftermath of a break-up.
Lo Lo croons, “You made me feel like a fool in April, you sunk so low, now I’m stuck in a no escape zone, riding so Lo Lo.”
Relationships truly hurt once the normalcy ends but music provides quite the facile coping mechanism of shutting up and just letting the music soothe your wounds. Check out Lo Lo’s “Yours” below.
Lo Lo reflects, “I think the worst part about losing a lover or a friend is the adjustment – getting used to a life without them in it. It’s confusing, exhausting, and really hard to wrap both your head and heart around. All of a sudden, you’re on your own, and it kind of makes you question who you are without that somebody else.
“Yours” takes you on a journey. Love, loss, and different coping mechanisms – ultimately ending in the acceptance that sometimes things are going to suck for a while, and that’s totally okay. Whether you’re eating ice cream, getting high and kissing strangers, or writing a song about it, you gotta do what you gotta do in order to make yourself feel better.”