A friend once said to me, 'grief is love with nowhere to go,' and now I'm wondering if perhaps that's what loneliness is too.
Born out of the depths of quarantine isolation, "See Straight" is the response of the artist's imagination. Left to its own devices, without its usual entertainment, it took itself on a walk to Lillian Frances' imaginary world of lust and passion.
They say that if everyone had to throw their problems out into the universe, you better start praying to get yours back. From this side of the galaxy, looking over at Lillian's, the view doesn't seem all that bad. What I mean is that an artist is a formidable thing: they have their art as company always. To be alone, while able to work on a track like "See Straight," sounds a lot better than simply being alone.
Afford yourself the distraction from your own lonliness with the music video for "See Straight" that dropped today.