Lisa Heller Releases New Song “hollow”
Los Angeles-based singer-songwriter Lisa Heller released the third single called “hollow” from her upcoming EP “SADIE”.
The song is the follow-up to “brown paper bag” and “you were the worst part of my life”.
The track was written by Lisa Heller and Brandon Rosenfeld. Produced by Chris Jobe and Lisa Heller.
“'hollow' is the third song in the twelve chapter musical story of my life. The song tells the story of the intense sorrow that follows a breakup, in addition to loneliness and a bit of angst,” Lisa Heller explained about the song. “Last summer, I was sitting in the room with my co-writer, Brandon, and he asked how I was feeling / if I had anything on my mind that I wanted to write about. I shared with him that I was really struggling because things had just ended with someone that I had developed strong I felt like was buying real estate to like in their past feelings for. I kept coming back to this person even though they kept pushing me away every time it started going somewhere.”
- She continued, “At a certain point, I realized enough was enough and that they weren't going to change. I knew that this time was going to be the last, which was freeing but also really hard and sad. The only way I knew how to cope with it was to write it out, and that's exactly what we did. This song just poured out of us. I'm pretty excited with how this one turned out. Writing 'hollow' was freeing and cathartic, and I hope that you love it as much as I do.”
The new EP is set to be released on April 7, 2023. It is her first project in two years since the 2021 EP “is anyone listening?”.
Lisa Heller said of the EP, “This EP is a journey of self growth, not only as an artist, but also as a person. Breakups, heartbreak, reflections on my highschool self, and reflections on myself moving forward. The focus of my attention should be on that. It is my hope that everyone who listens to these songs will be able to not only relate to them, but also be able to heal from them.”
She added, “In order to make the listener feel less alone, I pour out my heart. I have done my job if even one listener feels that way. It's crazy in the music industry and you can never predict what's going to be successful, but I know how much effort I've put into every song, and I think that comes through in the final product.”
- source : Apple Music