Inspired by the likes of Muna and Haim, Laney Lynx’s new single “Nothing Sounds the Same” blends rhythmic pop hooks, distinguished harmonies and melancholy lyrical context capturing the connection between music and past memories.
Currently based out of Brooklyn, the Rhode Island native and Berklee College of Music graduate creates an ethereal soundscape filled with blissful nostalgia, bittersweet lyrics and a dreamy vocal delivery all represented on her debut EP, Easy and forthcoming single “Nothing Sounds the Same.”
Drawing inspiration from The 1975, MGMT, Aaliyah, and Stevie Wonder, small-town Lynx moved to NYC in pursuit of her childhood dreams, honing in on the intersection of R&B/Funk and electro-pop. Her single “Love Sick” found commercial success in U.S. markets and the music video was featured in MTVu’s rotation on the show The Freshmen.
“My songs mirror my personality in a way. It’s all about capturing a feel-good, quirky or playful vibe for lyrically emotional songs. My artistry exists in the realm of working hard while not taking myself too seriously,” states Laney.