Command Sisters ‘Lonely Lullaby’ : Scream of ‘ecstasy’ you’d come to love, right this second

Command Sisters

Charlotte and Sarah Command are scream of ‘ecstasy’ you’d come to love, right this second of listening to ‘Lonely Lullaby’.

Command Sisters said: “‘Lonely Lullaby’ is about those chaotic and addictive relationships most of us have in our early 20s…you know you need to leave, but you stay. It’s toxic, yet you only find comfort from the one that causes you pain. They are your ‘reason and your remedy.’ They are your ‘Lonely Lullaby.’”

With a plan for a band that became a mission, Sarah added: “It started with red. I wanted a color that would symbolize the power of our last name, ‘Command.’ Along with love and heartbreak, red resembles boldness. I needed that. For the majority of my life, I wasn’t a very confident person.”

A synth led edge, the pop exultation of ‘Lonely Lullaby’, succumbs to none, but hails your sense of self for the upcoming resistance.

“Years later this song always came up and related to many of the relationships we have been in. The big city took a toll on me and this song captures that frustration yet fascination we have with things that are self-destructive.”

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