REVEALS NEW SINGLE
“I WANTED TO CALL HER BUT I’M TRAGIC AND SHE’S OVERSEAS (8 MONTHS)”
FEATURING. MEL BLUE
Lola Scott, the most free-spoken narrator in indie-pop has teamed up with friend and electronic-pop geniuses Mel Blue in her latest single “I Wanted To Call Her But I’m Tragic And Overseas (8 months)”, another fresh cut from her upcoming debut EP “¼ Life Crisis.” Lola Scott has proven herself to be a notable newcomer in the indie music scene with her ‘tell it like it is’ ethos. Her lyrical wit and beautifully breathy vocals are amplified in this track, following the refreshingly honest direction Lola is taking with her music in 2021.
First picking up the guitar from the age of eight, and putting her emotions into her songs, Lola Scott would spend her lunchtimes in the music rooms for the majority of her school life. This dedicated honing of her musical craft over the years eventually led to her attaining a Bachelor’s degree in guitar, and subsequently beginning her career as a session musician playing in friends’ bands throughout University, even landing a European tour and various local tours.
Since the launch of her solo project in 2018, Lola Scott has delivered highly-praised singles with mind-blowing consistency, releasing three hook-laced singles in 2019 including “Crowded Conscience”, which saw spot plays on triple j, and “Cyclone Weather”, which was added to full rotation on the tastemaker station FBi Radio in Sydney. Lola launched into 2020 stronger than ever with “Take Me Back”, which received praise from Purple Sneakers, LeFutureWave, CloutCloutClout, Music Feeds, Indietronica and more.
Scott’s most recent single “4E Jobless” from the forthcoming EP which premiered on triple j’s Home and Hosed received an amiable amount of praise, having been awarded triple j Unearthed artist of the week, as well as being featured on Amnplify, Milky, Good Intent, AMR Australia and Happy Mag. The track has also been a favourite among community radio stations FBi, Radio Adelaide and 4ZZZ.
Becoming a popular name in the Australian music media circuit, “The Eviction Song” saw Scott celebrated by NME Australia, Women In Pop, The Partae, Happy Mag and Milky and granted the addition to full rotation on triple j Unearthed.
Evoking comparisons to alt-pop trailblazers King Princess, Wolf Alice and Rex Orange County, and with more music to come in 2021, Lola Scott has cemented a truly original sound and a formidable reputation in the Sydney music scene.
“I Wanted To Call Her But I’m Tragic And She’s Overseas (8 months)”
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