CMU Approved

Approved: LIA LIA

By | Published on Wednesday 22 November 2017

LIA LIA

LIA LIA – which stands for Live Impact Area Legacy Interface Adapter, apparently – has released three singles over the past six months or so, each slowly embedding her and her music as someone and something more and more fascinating.

Each new song expands a world of teen angst, romance and technology. Debut single ‘Olymp’, released in April, examined how happy memories can make you sad, with dryly delivered vocals over shimmering synth-pop. The more bass-heavy follow-up ‘Kids’ similarly delved into the past and present effects of memory.

Newly released third single ‘Yin Yang’, her most upbeat track to date, aims, she says, “to describe the relationship with yourself, with your soulmate, lovers and the microcosm of the universe”.

Watch the lyric video for ‘Yin Yang’ here:

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