Linying sings about new love in lighthearted single 'Springtime' - listen

Linying sings about new love in lighthearted single 'Springtime' - listen

Singer-songwriter Linying is back with a new single titled 'Springtime' – a track about the rollercoaster emotions one experiences when falling in love. 

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Modern meets traditional in the song, which begins with melodies from a Chinese Erhu before transitioning into a smooth synth beat. The track conveys Linying's hesitance and skepticism about the beginning of a new romance, when everything seems overwhelmingly perfect.

"'Springtime' is the first song I wrote out of all the songs on this album, and so it marks the tentativeness and suspicion I felt at the beginning of a season of new love that I didn't know awaited me," explained Linying. 

"When it's this beautiful, who can really tell what's real and what's just an excuse to return to this idyllic state of constant bliss? Is it real love, or is it just the Springtime?"

This is the second single off the singer's upcoming album which comprises eight tracks, including the successful first single 'Daylight Blows Into One Door'. Both of the tracks released thus far have been produced by Myriot – a producer duo hailing from London. 

The songstress was also recently featured on the 2021 National Day theme song, 'The Road Ahead' which she co-produced with Singaporean producer evanturetime. Local artists Shye, Shabir, and Sezairi also lent their voices to the song.

Listen to 'Springtime' below, and leave a review on Hear65.

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