Lydia Evangeline is a singer-songwriter based in Brighton, England. Not too long ago, she released an introspective pop tune, entitled, “Crashing Down”, from her “Twenty Four” EP.
Lydia Evangeline – “Crashing Down”
“I thought I had it, I got married to ambition in a fever. I was a big fish in a small pond swimming deeper till it dried up. And I was all out of luck and now I’m spaced out. I crash landed into something and it felt good.” – lyrics
‘Crashing Down’ tells a dramatic tale of a young woman who thinks she knows it all. On top of the world, she has victory in hand when her whole world comes crashing down.
Down and out, she loses everything that made her whole. Later, after doing some deep soul searching, she realizes she can’t have it all because eventually, everything ends up crashing down.
‘Crashing Down’ contains a relatable storyline, ear-welcoming vocals, and vibey instrumentation flavored with sentimental elements.
Lydia Evangeline – “Crashing Down” single
“The opening line is jarringly honest, and actually makes me feel quite embarrassed. I literally thought I had it made. I guess growing up and all throughout my teens I was praised for my voice and my songwriting. In all honesty, it created a sense of entitlement in my mind. But 2018 was an amazingly humbling year for me, realizing I’m not entitled to ANYTHING. If I want it I have to work damn hard for it.” – Lydia Evangeline
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