Updated: Jul 29, 2022
Photo By Savannah Lauren
Revolutionary singer-songwriter KAYE continues with her legacy of releasing compelling, danceable indie rock jams with her newest single, “Lifeline”. The tune's upbeat 80s synth and explosive vocals make you immediately want to put down whatever you’re doing, get up, and swing around the room. However, the contrasting lyrics tell a different story as KAYE delves into the vulnerable topic of her struggles with mental health and self-doubt.
KAYE shared her thoughts behind the cathartic nature of the song and the power behind its creation and release: “This song saved my life. It’s an explosion of pain and joy and brutality and beauty and the commitment to feeling it all. I have come back to it over and over again in moments of terror and pain, and that same voice, maybe my own, maybe something else, has comforted me and pulled me out. I hope it does the same for you.”
The single was released alongside an official music video directed by KAYE’s sister, Liann Kaye, and conceptualized by Frank Lombardi. The visual follows KAYE through New York during times of extreme lows and the importance of finding expression and solace through music.
“Lifeline” marks the second single release for her upcoming EP, “Neon God”, which is set to be released on August 5th.
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