Loviet (Natalie Lynn) is an up-and-coming singer-songwriter from Canada. Not too long ago, she released a lovely music video for her “Picture” single, produced by Anton DeLost. The Ryan Faist-directed video shows a somber mood and wonderful cinematography.
Loviet – “Picture” music video
“Take a picture of my face, God, I don’t want it to be replaced. They don’t care if I really say anything. I don’t think I should really think into it. Giving me up like a bad bet, somebody must have hurt my name like that. Now, all the raised accusations look like a well-planned vacation. Take it for your health, buy your life back. Taking me down like all the old bands, you used to post up on your wall when you were soul searching through the ‘60s. The 2000s, I didn’t even make the cut to the box in your closet.” – lyrics
‘Picture’ contains a relatable narrative, pleasing vocals, and tuneful melodies. The likable tune possesses vibrant instrumentation flavored with an alternative-pop vibration. Furthermore, “Picture” is the title track of Loviet’s latest three-song EP.
“She’s a blond but ain’t got blue eyes, such a shame, a stereotype. Getting messed up on her own time, blowing money shopping online.”
“This song is me being at the mercy of life and the elements. In this track, I feel like I’m trying to reach back to a place that’s earthy and cathartic while I’m being pulled forward in the vicious cycles of social media and modernity. I created the initial track at a kitchen table during a 14-day quarantine and wanted to get all my frustrations out. I don’t know the version of myself that I’m putting online and I don’t understand the relationship I have with it, but it tortures me daily, and I know the way I used to live versus now and that haunts me too. I’d like to be at peace with both but think it’s all just too f***ed up, and I’d like to know it’s worth it in the end.” – Loviet explained
If 2020 was a rollercoaster, 2021 is the theme park. It’s the only way Loviet can explain it. The quick ride of last year’s three-song EP, “Everyone Knows the Thrill When it’s Over,” turned out to be just a taste of the expansive set of her upcoming debut album, entitled, “777,” set to be released on November 18, 2021. The project’s nostalgic thread pulls together a generational gist wrapped in poetic power that anyone can relate to.
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