‘UNDER THE WATER’ BY LYRA STAR

Only the name Lila Starr can tell the listener what sound she’s trying to make. Star music sounds like a dream in some places, and listening to Lyra Star’s new single “Under the Water” is surprising because of the obvious lack of instruments and Star’s obsession with her voice and the use of beatboxes. Without tools, the listener can concentrate on his voice and lyrics. They will put down the song so that he can reach the birds.

Sitting halfway between popular and pop music, the music has a relaxing, almost hypnotic feel. The meaning of “Underwater” is based on the singer’s personal experience. It’s mainly because the star moves from his hometown, Nashville, to the West Coast. But it is also deeply rooted in the star’s love of water and the sea. This emanates a real nostalgia for water. It’s nostalgia for a place you’ve never visited before.
But when they try to take advantage of what many of us have been through, listeners can find its meaning in the “submerged”; the difficulty of leaving the place where you grew up to realize your dream, the struggle to free yourself from the shell, and the somewhat destructive path you have to take to make your dream come true. There is a slight nostalgia that does not fit this song. Instead, it keeps you fresh.

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The old man writes “Under the Water” from a very specific point of view. But what makes it special is that you can find the theory of relativity. It’s an extremely stressful time when many of us really need a relaxing song with a positive message. In fact, “Underwater” is a welcome way to find yourself. Another feature of “Underwater” is that it doesn’t look at your attitude towards the outside world. Instead, he focuses on what’s happening inside.

This is what makes this song so refreshing. This is what his reality inevitably focuses on, which is necessary then. “Underwater” is almost a meditative experience. If you want to hear a rare song that stands out, this single – “Under the Water” by Lyra Star already stands out.

What do you think?

Lisa

Written by Lisa

Love music and to write about music. Finishing Journalism on Emerson College and enjoying life.

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