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Inbox Jukebox Presents: Olivia Lunny’s New Song “Dominoes”

Put on your best ’fit and ask your one & only for a dance to today’s Inbox Jukebox Presents. Olivia Lunny’s “Dominoes” is a snappy pop tune that celebrates the sweet elation of a romance when everything clicks.

“Dominoes is an upbeat love song! It’s about the relief that comes when you finally find your ‘person,’” Olivia says. The song is all finger snaps and bubbly electro synths, as she sings about what it’s like to discover a relationship that makes you feel like you won. You can’t help but bob your head along to the beat and smile wide at the giddy feels “Dominoes” serves up.

“Dominoes is an upbeat love song! It’s about the relief that comes when you finally find your ‘person’.”

The skippy rhythm, backed by breathy “yeah yeah yeah yeahs”, will make your heart race as the track turns into an affirmation of all the good things that come out of finally finding a good love. “Life is like a game of dominoes,” she explains. “In the moment, falling down seems like a negative thing sometimes, but when you zoom out… you see that each moment leads us into our destined direction!”

That feeling of destiny shines throughout the song; it came together with polish and pop thanks to a team that mixed up magic. “I’m so grateful to have had the chance to work with such incredible talented collaborators on this track,” Olivia says. “Seeing everyone in their own creative process was so inspiring (Tommy Brown, Mr.Frank’s, Melanie Fontana, Whitney Phillips).” 

You can hear the creative rainbow that went into making this track sparkle. “Dominoes” really does feel like you just won—so let it play as your victory dance ’cause finding your “person” is worth celebrating.

Fun Fact About “Dominoes”:

“When recording the chorus vocals for Dominoes we kept the breaths in between words in the vocal takes to help with the syncopated feel!”
–Olivia Lunny

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