Music

let the Lilith obsession commence!

June 14, 2019

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



No Earbuds’ favorite technicolor trio Lilith is finally sharing their debut album, Safer Off, with the world on August 9 via Take This to Heart Records and Disposable America. “ mostly about redefining a concept of strength,” vocalist/guitarist Hannah Liuzzo explains. “Strength isn't quietly enduring abuse, instead it's knowing what you deserve and advocating for it.”


Lilith’s unwavering message of empowerment in the face of “the evil that [we] know” is delivered in full force on “C.O.Y.F.,” the new song released today from Safer Off. Liuzzo’s method here is almost sarcastic while simultaneously realizing she herself has fallen victim for the last time to her pigeon-hearted subject’s inability to commit.

It starts with a "hey, how’s your day been? mine’s been fine, like you care though," sung by Hannah with a register just-low-enough that lends effortlessly to the sarcastic bite of her words. It's a chirpy and upbeat single marked by the group’s signature fuzzy-pop sound.

photo by mel taing


What exactly Lilith has in store you'll have to wait to see on August 9th when they drop their new album, Safer Off. If you want a taste, make sure to listen to the other two pre-released tracks, “I’ll Come Over” and “In Real Life”, too!

written by Olivia Keasling
edited by
Jamie Coletta



PRE-ORDER SAFER OFF HERE


FOLLOW LILITH HERE:

facebook | twitter | Instagram | Spotify


Music

let the Lilith obsession commence!

June 14, 2019

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



No Earbuds’ favorite technicolor trio Lilith is finally sharing their debut album, Safer Off, with the world on August 9 via Take This to Heart Records and Disposable America. “ mostly about redefining a concept of strength,” vocalist/guitarist Hannah Liuzzo explains. “Strength isn't quietly enduring abuse, instead it's knowing what you deserve and advocating for it.”


Lilith’s unwavering message of empowerment in the face of “the evil that [we] know” is delivered in full force on “C.O.Y.F.,” the new song released today from Safer Off. Liuzzo’s method here is almost sarcastic while simultaneously realizing she herself has fallen victim for the last time to her pigeon-hearted subject’s inability to commit.

It starts with a "hey, how’s your day been? mine’s been fine, like you care though," sung by Hannah with a register just-low-enough that lends effortlessly to the sarcastic bite of her words. It's a chirpy and upbeat single marked by the group’s signature fuzzy-pop sound.

photo by mel taing


What exactly Lilith has in store you'll have to wait to see on August 9th when they drop their new album, Safer Off. If you want a taste, make sure to listen to the other two pre-released tracks, “I’ll Come Over” and “In Real Life”, too!

written by Olivia Keasling
edited by
Jamie Coletta



PRE-ORDER SAFER OFF HERE


FOLLOW LILITH HERE:

facebook | twitter | Instagram | Spotify


Music

let the Lilith obsession commence!

June 14, 2019

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



No Earbuds’ favorite technicolor trio Lilith is finally sharing their debut album, Safer Off, with the world on August 9 via Take This to Heart Records and Disposable America. “ mostly about redefining a concept of strength,” vocalist/guitarist Hannah Liuzzo explains. “Strength isn't quietly enduring abuse, instead it's knowing what you deserve and advocating for it.”


Lilith’s unwavering message of empowerment in the face of “the evil that [we] know” is delivered in full force on “C.O.Y.F.,” the new song released today from Safer Off. Liuzzo’s method here is almost sarcastic while simultaneously realizing she herself has fallen victim for the last time to her pigeon-hearted subject’s inability to commit.

It starts with a "hey, how’s your day been? mine’s been fine, like you care though," sung by Hannah with a register just-low-enough that lends effortlessly to the sarcastic bite of her words. It's a chirpy and upbeat single marked by the group’s signature fuzzy-pop sound.

photo by mel taing


What exactly Lilith has in store you'll have to wait to see on August 9th when they drop their new album, Safer Off. If you want a taste, make sure to listen to the other two pre-released tracks, “I’ll Come Over” and “In Real Life”, too!

written by Olivia Keasling
edited by
Jamie Coletta



PRE-ORDER SAFER OFF HERE


FOLLOW LILITH HERE:

facebook | twitter | Instagram | Spotify