Lily Lane has today released her new single titled ‘Throne’. Already a signature sounding artist with an ever increasing lineup of songs that are distinguishable from the Spotify norm, with ‘Throne’, we get something that really showcases her voice. Not just the range, but the emotion and invocation. This is, to me, a perfect example of an angelic voice withy a touch of devilish soul. Grandeur with grit, if you will.
The song itself, is a hook filled lesson on songwriting, but Lily adds that felt emotion into something that already lays out as a stage for said emotion. What was written, is now felt.
About Lily Lane
Lily Lane is a born entertainer, captivating audiences with her powerful voice. From selling out venues like the House of Blues to performing at Madison Square Garden, she has established herself as a force to be reckoned with. Graduating with honors from the Clive Davis Institute of Recorded Music at NYU, she is not only a talented singer but also an advocate for body positivity and LGBTQ representation. With a standout voice that combines the grit of Amy Winehouse, the range of Demi Lovato, and the soul of Alicia Keys, Lily Lane is an independent artist in control of her own destiny. Her music has been featured on popular TV shows and gained recognition from influential sources. She has headlined festivals, collaborated with notable artists, and continues to impress with her unmatched vocal prowess.
Her debut independent EP, “Nothin’ But Trouble,” gained recognition when it was featured on Freeform’s Pretty Little Liars and garnered praise from influential outlets like Nylon, Just Jared Jr, and Perez Hilton. Throughout the 2020 lockdown, Lily Lane’s music amassed over 720,000 streams, and she collaborated with Trinidad James on a track. Additionally, one of her songs served as the theme for two seasons of the Netflix original series “Get Organized with The Home Edit.”
Lily Lane’s journey continued with the release of queer anthems like “Thirsty” and “Running Back To You,” and she headlined Unicorn Carnival on Coney Island alongside Wyclef Jean and Justine Skye. Her move from NYC to LA marked a new chapter in her career, leading to performances at renowned venues such as Hollywood’s Peppermint Club, Adults Only, and Breakroom 86. She also shared the stage with artists like Madison Beer and Jessie J at West Hollywood’s Outloud Raising Voices Pride Festival in 2022.
In Fall 2022, Lane released her highly anticipated sophomore EP, “Queen of Hearts,” which garnered over 5,000 new monthly listeners. The music video for the lead single, “Bad,” has achieved 300,000 views and was praised by Earmilk as a “powerful pop anthem” showcasing Lily Lane’s dominating vocals. In the upcoming year, she plans to reach more listeners, expand her audience through live performances and festivals, collaborate with friends like AJ Smith and Abigail Breslin, and release more awe-inspiring music, showcasing her unmatched vocal prowess. She has been championed by Nylon, Just Jared, J-14, The Knockturnal, Curves and more.