Lauren Spencer Smith Releases New Song “That Part”
Canadian singer-songwriter Lauren Spencer Smith released a new song “That Part” from her upcoming debut album “Mirror” on May 25, 2023.
The track was written by Lauren Spencer Smith, Geena Fontanella, Jakke Erixson, and Jake Torrey. Produced by Nick Ruth and Jakke Erixson.
“I never thought in a million years I would be putting out a love song to be honest. I was so scared to even tease it based upon the fact we've built such a brand on 'sad',” Lauren Spencer Smith said of the song. “Love means so many different things to so many people, of all ages. It can come and go, but everyone deserves to feel real love no matter the form. So whether you're in a loving relationship past or present, or haven't experienced that yet, I hope you can blast this song through your house and it fills the room with happiness. I hope this song shows you that you deserve to be loved deeply and by someone who treats you the way you deserve, even if that someone is yourself.”
She continued, “Before I met Matt I never knew what real healthy love was and thought it would never happen to me….So if it happened to me, I promise it can happen to you. No matter your situation - I hope you love this song & the heart we put into it ❤️💍”
- The debut album is set to be released on July 14, 2023, and comprises 15-track, featuring guest appearances from American singer-songwriters GAYLE and Em Beihold.
Lauren Spencer Smith said of the album, “Throughout this album process, I went through so many different emotions and experiences. I've learnt so much about myself and had to do a lot of self healing to be able to write these songs and concepts. When I write music, it's a reflection of myself and personal experiences, so I knew I wanted the title of the album to have a representation of that. Going through difficult life situations can make you feel so alone, and I definitely felt that way.”
She continued, “When I thought about the one thing in my life that has seen me through everything - the good, the bad, the mentally unstable, the highs and lows, it was my bathroom mirror. The amount of times I've cried on the bathroom floor to these songs is hard to process, but is part of my story, and that's how I knew “mirror” was the perfect name for this body of work. I hope this album helps even just one of you heal as much as it has helped me. Myself and many others have worked so hard to get these songs to a place that felt good enough to show the world, so I hope it brings everything you've been expecting.”
- source : Apple Music