Wrapping up our series of premieres, we are joining forces with Lyncs for the premiere of her new single “Waiting For You,” a song that captures the love from the singer-songwriter for Indie rock and Pop music as she blends this with some nice electronica elements to create the perfect love song in the same veins of Halsey, Avicii and some of the greatest modern pop anthems.
About the song, Lyncs comments:
A “crush” is such an innocent feeling we all encounter at some point in our lives. It develops over time and hits a point of exhaustion. Sometimes you get lucky and realize your crush might actually like you back.
“Waiting For You” is simply about waiting for that other person to make the first move. You can’t tell them how you feel out of fear of losing them, but you also can’t let them think you are uninterested. It’s a fine line we ride on and it’s hard to know which move to make first.
Lyncs, singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, blends the elements of folk, pop, and indie rock into her own chapter of music. Noted for memorable and connective lyrics, her debut work, “The Safety EP”, was self recorded, performed, and released August of 2018. After touring locally and opening for artists such as Young The Giant, New Vices, and August & Alden, Lyncs recorded and released “If You Just” and “Black Hole” in 2019.
Known to her friends and family as Jacqueline Hynes, Lyncs started her career in the red-rose city of Lancaster, PA. She showed interest in music from the age of 6 and began learning everything from piano to upright bass. She landed a spot with the Hershey Symphonic Orchestra in high school and has performed in many cathedrals and theaters such as Carnegie Hall.
At the age of 18, Lyncs started her degree in Music Business Technology at Millersville University having received the Rising Star Award. She released two B-Side singles, the first titled “Rose Coloured Eyes”. “The Moment”, her sophomore single, has been featured on local indie playlists and blogs. Over the next few years, Lyncs evolved from student bass-player, to guitar enthusiast and started writing her own infectious melodies and songs. This led her to start her own project under the artist alias, “Lyncs”, finding what connects us all.
“I’m trying to create something new in a world that is oversaturated with a lot of the same thing, just re-created. I love making music and want to reach people on a new level to discover something new together. We all feel emotions and connections, but not all of what we feel is said in today’s music and I want to change that.”