Lily Lane Is Fired Up & Ready To Burn It Down

The singer shares an anthem to lift women up and remind them of who they are.

Lily Lane enters her villain era in her fiery new single Burn It Down — showcasing today on Tinnitist.

Sultry pop artist Lane’s energetic vocals are paired with a thundering drum backing to make for a profound female empowerment anthem. “It is a song that says, ‘I have your back’ — and also, ‘Don’t fuck with me,’ ” says Lane. “It is a love song for baddies.” Drawing inspiration from icons like Lana Del Rey and Kelly Clarkson, the track seamlessly blends moody undertones with a sense of hopefulness, resulting in an anthem for the confident lover girl.

In Burn It Down, Lane crafts a compelling narrative of feminine grit and vulnerability. With lyrics that speak to the heart of every woman who knows her worth, the song captures the essence of being both a fearless warrior and a tender soul. Lane’s poignant words echo a sentiment of empowerment, declaring a message of, “I love you so much, but I also know who I am, and if you choose to walk away, I will light a fire to everything we have built and start over because I have the strength to do that too.”

Burn It Down embodies the spirit of a woman in her villain era and soft-girl era simultaneously. “This song is about being a badass powerful woman and having the strength to start wars and burn down cities but instead using that strength to be vulnerable and find love and give it all to someone,” she says, Penned by Lane and produced by Taylor Sparks (Ryan Tedder, Kelsea Ballerini), Burn It Down is a powerful anthem to lift women up and remind them of who they are.

Lily’s music has been heard in Pretty Little Liars and other shows while receiving praise from influential outlets, establishing her status as a rising star in the music scene. Most recently Lane opened up for Madison Beer, Jessie J and Marina and the Diamonds, headlined Winky Lux’s Unicorn Carnival in N.Y.C. , and has performed at historic venues, including Madison Square Garden and the House of Blues. At the same time, her music amassed millions of streams.

Watch the video for Burn It Down above, hear more from Lily Lane below, and follow her on Instagram, TikTok and Twitter.