Love You Later, dreampop solo-project of Lexi Aviles, released her latest upbeat track “PCH Rollercoaster”, romanticizing her drives down the scenic coastal highway.
This track strongly contrasts with Love You Later’s moody and lonesome breakthrough single “Lost in Los Angeles”. “PCH Rollercoaster” is a feel good track that celebrates the blissful, comforting feeling of summer. Drawing inspiration from MUNA’s power pop songs, she wanted to emulate the energy of their music in her own track.
Although Love You Later is currently based in Nashville, she is a Southern California-native at heart. Living thousands of miles away from comfort, it’s easy to yearn for times before quarantining was normalcy and reminisce on the beautiful scenic Pacific Coast Highway drive on the west coast — even with its notorious traffic.
To Love You Later, the PCH has always been a safe place; somewhere to drive alone with the windows rolled down and no destination, a therapeutic experience to say the least. “PCH Rollercoaster” was written in hopes of sharing her cathartic experience and bittersweet sentiments with her listeners, no matter what road they are driving on.