We’re lated to share ‘Letters In Concrete‘, the latest release from Melbourne based artist & producer Memphis LK.
Packed with powerful lyricism, dreamy synths and danceable lo-fi breaks, ‘Letters In Concrete’ sparks a new euphoric-pop direction for Memphis LK. Mixed by UK engineer Dave Emery (Madonna, Bjork, Sam Smith) and with additional production from Running Touch, this release signifies an artist staking her claim as a dance-pop force to be reckoned with.
Memphis says “I had the idea for this song one night during iso in Melbourne when I was walking in the rain. It’s about being separated from someone you love, which is something a lot of people are experiencing right now because of the pandemic. I feel like during iso I’ve come so far with my songwriting and production — I’ve been listening to more music and rediscovering pop and RnB influences from when I was younger — and this song feels like a massive level up for me.”