U.K. artist’s new single is a retro slice of synth-pop bliss
LANTA’s stylized approach has caught the attention of fans and industry alike, with Spotify supporting her releases across their New Music Friday, Out Now and Acoustic Soul playlists. She’s also been championed by London in Stereo, Atwood Magazine, Abbie McCarthy on BBC Introducing and Radio X. UK artist Lantais creating some of the most exciting new electro-pop out there.
From her early beginnings, writing and releasing under Kimberley Anne, she soon found herself signed to a major label. It wasn’t long before her creativity suffered in these surroundings: “I was basically in no man’s land. My mental health wasn’t great and I didn’t think I had the capacity to imagine what I wanted to say as an artist anymore.”
Fast forward to today, and she’s very much back on the musical wagon – “Drinking Too much” is the perfect example of the artist she’s trying to be. Uplifting synth chords, retro-stylized production and no lack of creativity.
“This is the most uplifting pop song I’ve ever made production wise and like the juxtaposition of it actually being about quite a chaotic and sad time. But I think there’s something quite cathartic about going out and having a release with support from good friends. Dancing is really healing and so what if you end up crying on the dance floor.”
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