Singer and songwriter Lorenna has released her latest track “Wasn’t Made For Love“, the first single from her second album Sugar Pills 2, due out in April this year.
Coming from the San Francisco Bay Area, Lorenna Corral is an artist and mental health advocate. She is open about her Bipolar 2 diagnosis, and she often shares her personal experiences in her touching indie pop tracks.
Her music is influenced by artists like Marving Gaye, The Beach Boys, No Doubt and Zayn. In April 2018 she released her debut album Sugar Pills 1, which she produced in her bedroom, focusing on her experiences with mental illness.
With her second album, Sugar Pills 2, currently in the works at The Village Studios, Lorenna has just dropped her new single “Wasn’t Made For Love”, where captivating pop beats perfectly mingle with her unique voice.
This sincere track leads us into the topic of trauma since its very first intense lines: “Genetics 101: some of us have synthetic luck/certain mutations cannot be undone”. Some traumatic experiences can affect people so badly that they can’t help staying away from their loved ones.
“Wasn’t Made For Love“, is specifically about how love relationships can be challenging when having to cope with traumatic experiences. While we are all thrilled to hear Lorenna’s upcoming follow up single, “Window Shopping”, do not miss this emotional single.
Listen to it here: