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LØLØ Shares New Heartbreaking Banger “poser”

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[Photo via Josiah Van Dien]

Brokenhearted girlies, LØLØ has a brand-new treat for you with her new single, “poser.” The equally glamorous and high-energy emo artist intertwines grungy guitar chords and yearning vocals to craft an unapologetically honest heartbreak anthem. All in all, LØLØ is the queen of breakup hits, including her recently released “2 of us.”

If you are in your anti-Valentine’s era, this is the perfect metaphorical middle finger to add to your playlists. “You never loved me you fucking poser/Was it only ever just for the sex?/Why would you kiss me and pull me closer just to leave me hanging off of the edge?” the artist sings. So, for all the people looking to scream their hearts out and experience a sweet catharsis, check out “poser” below.

“‘poser’ is about someone who really got me good, who really truly made me believe they loved me when it later became clear to me, they simply couldn’t have,” LØLØ says of the song’s meaning.

She continues, “Being a girl who enjoys rocking from time to time, I’ve sadly gotten called a poser many times by internet bullies. I thought the word was actually really pretty though, so I wrote it down in my notes after seeing some comments on my page. Since then, I always thought it would be cool to use the word ‘poser’ relating to love. This one’s for all the real posers out there.”

While LØLØ doesn’t have any tour dates announced just yet, our fingers are crossed that they’re on the way. Additionally, you can for sure catch the “hot girls in hell” artist this summer. She will take the stage at this summer’s So What?! Music Festival in Fort Worth, Texas. Grab your tickets here.

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