The album parallels the artists’ own story: both were love-wrecked… then breakdown… reboot… meeting and falling in love… navigating the Chinese/American cultural divide… embracing commitment and exploring universal ideas on relationship… aiming to go deeper.
Todd Lerner has worked for Rolling Stone and Spin magazines, and his previous album of songs was played worldwide and positively reviewed… from The Detroit News: “12 Finely polished pop rock tunes” and from Nights and Weekends: “Every single tune is as good as the last.” Jingyu Yao is from China and has been living in America.
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