Let Me Down" (featuring Made In LA), released earlier this summer, 25-year-old Bay Area singer/songwriter Lily Elise now returns today with her mesmerizing alt-pop ballad titled "Palm Trees", which was produced by Jeeve and co-written by Soaky Siren, who she worked with on "I Don't Know Why" and "Suitcases" from her OLIVER EP, also released earlier this year.
Speaking on the track, Lily says:
"Most people move to LA for the same reason, to chase dreams. I think people come out here with good intentions, to give their art to the world... and then somewhere along the line you realize you gotta further your name in order to further your art, and so you start doing that... and then you kinda get lost in that hustle and forget about furthering your art. You start kissing asses and doing what people tell you you need do to get ahead...but at the end of the day, the most important thing is that you like yourself. So 'Palm Trees' is kinda about saying 'just do you' and 'fuck it' to the game."
Listen to "Palm Trees" below.
"Palm Trees" is available now on iTunes.