Music

Lilith charms with new track "Decency"

July 30, 2019

If you want to help spread the word about Lilith, first and foremost–– thank you!
Please contact
jamie@noearbuds.com



With a little over a week to go before their album release on August 9th, Lilith have released the final single from Safer Off with “Decency," a track about pretending you’ve got things under control. Coming from Boston (home to trending acts like Palehound, Horse Jumper of Love, and Pile), Lilith fits right into the buzzing indie rock scene with a sound that employs both sunny guitar tones and somber lyrical themes for a uniquely endearing listen. It’s a fitting genre and sonic taste to come out of Hannah Liuzzo, Kelsey Francis and Adam Demirjian, a group of literal band camp best friends.


photo by Mel Taing


Dreamy harmonized padding vocals layer in “Decency” to support a lead guitar line that feels almost surf-rocky in the way that it dips and swings. Hannah speaks to the message of the song by saying: “it’s a call and response between ignorant denial and voluntary denial. It can be easy to convince yourself that ‘everything is fine’ when you’re in a crisis until a certain point when--whether someone points it out or you come to it on your own--you realize everything is, in fact, not fine. And you can't unsee it.”


“so I guess you probably are just faking / at least a fraction of the time”


The floaty nature of Safer Off is constant through all of the previously released singles, including “Vacation” and “C.O.Y.F,” and makes for a delightfully cheerful listen that still can hit you right in the chest with its frank and witty honesty.

written by Olivia Keasling
edited by
Jamie Coletta



PRE-ORDER SAFER OFF HERE


FOLLOW LILITH HERE:

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Music

Lilith charms with new track "Decency"

July 30, 2019

If you want to help spread the word about Lilith, first and foremost–– thank you!
Please contact
jamie@noearbuds.com



With a little over a week to go before their album release on August 9th, Lilith have released the final single from Safer Off with “Decency," a track about pretending you’ve got things under control. Coming from Boston (home to trending acts like Palehound, Horse Jumper of Love, and Pile), Lilith fits right into the buzzing indie rock scene with a sound that employs both sunny guitar tones and somber lyrical themes for a uniquely endearing listen. It’s a fitting genre and sonic taste to come out of Hannah Liuzzo, Kelsey Francis and Adam Demirjian, a group of literal band camp best friends.


photo by Mel Taing


Dreamy harmonized padding vocals layer in “Decency” to support a lead guitar line that feels almost surf-rocky in the way that it dips and swings. Hannah speaks to the message of the song by saying: “it’s a call and response between ignorant denial and voluntary denial. It can be easy to convince yourself that ‘everything is fine’ when you’re in a crisis until a certain point when--whether someone points it out or you come to it on your own--you realize everything is, in fact, not fine. And you can't unsee it.”


“so I guess you probably are just faking / at least a fraction of the time”


The floaty nature of Safer Off is constant through all of the previously released singles, including “Vacation” and “C.O.Y.F,” and makes for a delightfully cheerful listen that still can hit you right in the chest with its frank and witty honesty.

written by Olivia Keasling
edited by
Jamie Coletta



PRE-ORDER SAFER OFF HERE


FOLLOW LILITH HERE:

facebook | twitter | Instagram | Spotify


FOLLOW TAKE THIS TO HEART RECORDS:

facebook | twitter | Instagram | website 




Music

Lilith charms with new track "Decency"

October 18, 2019

If you want to help spread the word about Lilith, first and foremost–– thank you!
Please contact
jamie@noearbuds.com



With a little over a week to go before their album release on August 9th, Lilith have released the final single from Safer Off with “Decency," a track about pretending you’ve got things under control. Coming from Boston (home to trending acts like Palehound, Horse Jumper of Love, and Pile), Lilith fits right into the buzzing indie rock scene with a sound that employs both sunny guitar tones and somber lyrical themes for a uniquely endearing listen. It’s a fitting genre and sonic taste to come out of Hannah Liuzzo, Kelsey Francis and Adam Demirjian, a group of literal band camp best friends.


photo by Mel Taing


Dreamy harmonized padding vocals layer in “Decency” to support a lead guitar line that feels almost surf-rocky in the way that it dips and swings. Hannah speaks to the message of the song by saying: “it’s a call and response between ignorant denial and voluntary denial. It can be easy to convince yourself that ‘everything is fine’ when you’re in a crisis until a certain point when--whether someone points it out or you come to it on your own--you realize everything is, in fact, not fine. And you can't unsee it.”


“so I guess you probably are just faking / at least a fraction of the time”


The floaty nature of Safer Off is constant through all of the previously released singles, including “Vacation” and “C.O.Y.F,” and makes for a delightfully cheerful listen that still can hit you right in the chest with its frank and witty honesty.

written by Olivia Keasling
edited by
Jamie Coletta



PRE-ORDER SAFER OFF HERE


FOLLOW LILITH HERE:

facebook | twitter | Instagram | Spotify


FOLLOW TAKE THIS TO HEART RECORDS:

facebook | twitter | Instagram | website