ALEX LAHEY – ” Between The Kitchen & The Living Room “

Posted: May 31, 2020 in MUSIC
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Alex Lahey has surprised fans today with the release of a new EP. The Melbourne artist has today shared “Between The Kitchen & The Living Room” which sees her reimagine some of her best-known tracks, including “Every Day’s The Weekend, Let’s Go Out, I Haven’t Been Taking Care Of Myself,” Unspoken History and Wes Anderson.

“A few weeks ago, I found myself with all my plans taken away from me in exchange for more time than I knew what to do with. Looking forward felt too daunting, which made me flustered and upset. So, I decided to look back,” explained Lahey.

“Between the Kitchen and the Living Roomis a small collection of songs I have already released and played hundreds of times around the world, but through a new lens. In light of having to cancel my US tour, which is supposed to be under way this very moment, I decided to bring these songs home and let them find new parts of themselves.

“I engineered and produced all of these recordings within a week in a small room in my mother’s house – which is where I have been living since I didn’t continue renting in anticipation of touring for most of the year. Funnily enough, said room also happens to be the exact place many of these songs were written some years ago.

“As much as I can’t wait to go back to all the things I love doing under regular circumstances, it has been nice to embrace the boundaries. Really nice. And I hope you like what I made within them.”

“Let’s Go Out” has taken on a different meaning , with Alex taking a fan favourite sing along party tune into a chilled out moody piano ballad.
Performed By: Alex Lahey

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