“‘Come Call Me Love’ is an improvised art pop single,” said Lily Rieke. “The lyrics in this song were written on the spot as soon as my producer and I pressed record, and were never changed after that… Writing my song in this format, gave me the chance to understand the meaning of my song after it was written.
Teen idler of story book endings, the poet with a rhythmical sense of reality and fantasies, grapple ominously with the hurt of relationships and the humanity of it all. A restful lullaby of griefs and confusions, an acceptance and penance for the plight of life, simmers in the words and intentions.
“This song represents, what I call, the ‘what now?’ period of a break up,” added Lily. “The stillness, repetitive exhaustion of not quite finding who you are. And not knowing exactly what you are supposed to do, or where you are supposed to go now you are no longer with that person.
Look for her YouTube video (for ‘Come Call Me Love’) that will be released on October 8th.