Lily Head Is Sitting Alone At A Table For Two

The London singer-songwriter examines modern relationships in her latest single.

Lily Head is setting a place for true love at a Table For Two in her sumptuous and seductive new single — showcasing today on Tinnitist.

On a song about “navigating in this digital era without losing sight of authenticity,” the U.K. singer-songwriter masterfully tackles the complexities of modern relationships with her distinctive and soul-infused approach. Table For Two offers a sultry mix of soul and pop, with a dreamy, velvety track that showcases Lily’s enchanting vocals and impeccable production.

It’s the latest highlight from her new EP Cherry On The Cake, a compelling journey through the intricacies of contemporary love. This track, and the EP as a whole, beckon listeners to reflect on their own experiences and challenges in navigating the complexities of modern love. Head provides a heartfelt soundtrack that resonates with the heart of these issues.

“I created this EP after understanding that there was a gap between how this generation feels and how we communicate,” she says. “Everything is accessible, so we often fail to pay attention to anything anymore. I decided to create an EP around these themes, delving into the stories I’ve lived, heard, and witnessed. Table For Two is the part where I explore and attempt to understand how it all works while still searching for something authentic.”

The London artist has earned acclaim for her remarkable ability to capture the intricacies of human emotions through music. Her passion for exploring contemporary issues in a relatable and compelling manner invites audiences to engage with her art on a deeply personal level. This connection has led to her music being featured on a Netflix show, earning nominations for the Golden Afro Music Awards, and close collaboration with Anderson Paak’s team for Cherry On The Cake.

Lily’s unique blend of R&B, soul, and pop has rapidly propelled her to the forefront of her genre. Her sonic influences, drawn from artists like Olivia Dean, Raye, Coco Jones and Rimon, are evident in her music. Check out Table For Two above, hear more from Lily Head below, and follow her on Facebook and Instagram.


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