British Pop Talent Lo Lauren Shares New Single ‘No Good In Goodbye’

British pop artist Lo Lauren has unveiled her latest single, “No Good In Goodbye,” a heartfelt anthem exploring the aftermath of a breakup.

Teaming up with andysocialclub and Jeremy Wheatley, known for his work with artists like Taylor Swift and Sia, Lo Lauren delivers a raw and relatable track that resonates with listeners.

In “No Good In Goodbye,” Lo Lauren bravely confronts the pain of heartache, capturing the rollercoaster of emotions that come with letting go of a loved one. Through candid lyricism and infectious hooks, the singer-songwriter invites listeners to join her on a journey of self-discovery and growth.

Speaking about the inspiration behind the track, Lo Lauren shares, “Breaking up with someone is never easy… goodbye is always gonna hurt (at least at first).” She channels her own experiences into the song, genuinely portraying the complexities of love and loss.

Accompanied by a captivating music video shot in London by Sam Sure, “No Good In Goodbye” features vintage aesthetics and symbolic imagery, including a wedding dress worn by Lo Lauren, symbolizing the end of a chapter and the beginning of a new one.

The single is set to be included on Lo Lauren’s forthcoming EP, Wonderlust, a project that delves into the ups and downs of life as a young woman in her 20s. With a sound that blends elements of 2010s pop with Lo Lauren’s bold and ambitious artistry, the EP promises to be a standout release in the pop landscape.

Already garnering attention from notable publications like Wonderland and NME and support from BBC Radio 1 and Spotify’s New Music Friday, Lo Lauren continues to make waves in the music industry. Described as “Kent’s answer to Katy Perry,” she is carving out her path with each release, gaining momentum and accolades along the way.

Lo Lauren’s star is on the rise as she gears up for a performance at The Hundred on August 8th, where she’ll be playing in front of 25,000 people for BBC Introducing. With “No Good In Goodbye,” she solidifies her status as a rising talent in British pop, captivating audiences with her authenticity and infectious energy.

Listen to “No Good In Goodbye” below!


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