After creating music in the acoustic folk rock genre, Canadian artist Rebecca Lappa is moving towards a poppier rock sound with her upcoming releases. Her new single ‘Blue Lips’ straddles modern-day pop with a hint of 80’s pop guitars and a whiff of synthwave hiding in the background. After releasing six albums in the country folk scene in the early 2010s, its always tricky to pivot and bring old fans with you to a new sound but I think this has enough of an understated indie-pop element to it that previous folkier fans might still enjoy the new sound.
‘Blue Lips’ is the first single from Rebecca Lappa’s forthcoming EP ‘Tales of a Taurus’ which is due for release in May 2023. The single speaks of a friends-with-benefits relationship that just wasn’t meant to be and you can enjoy the wintery music video below. For more information on Rebecca Lappa, visit her website.
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