Lily Halpern debuts new single “Colors”

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You may recognize her from her past hit, “Wishlist,” but Lily Halpern is fresh and young. Her new single, “Colors,” offers sweet pop vocals with catchy lyrics. “Wishlist” grants similar pop sounds and high vocals, whereas her songs “Not Gonna Cry” and “Worth Fighting For” are softer and slower, yet still quality songs. She’s just making a name for herself and has plenty of room to grow. Her voice is definitely unique and I think in the future we will be able to hear even better things from her.

From Total Assault:

Pop singer, Lily Halpern, burst on the scene this summer with her debut single, “Wishlist.” The 18-year-old Boston native is known to have an old soul with pipes and she proves it on her EP Not Gonna Cry. Today, Lily is premiering her latest catchy single titled, “Colors,” which fans can stream through Soundcloud and on Lily’s Facebook.

Fans can catch Lily on tour with Big Time Rush hitting the House of Blues in Boston on 8/30 and Hampton Beach, NH on 8/31. And, get to know Lily better through her on-going “Life with Lily” video series on Youtube. In the latest webisode, Lily checks out Britney Spears and Nicki Minaj on the Femme Fatale tour.

For more info on Lily check out her official site, Facebook, and Twitter. And, be sure to pick up Lily’s EP Not Gonna Cry on iTunes now!

 

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2 responses »

    • I have not reviewed them, but I have seen them live. From what I remember, they were really good. Unfortunately, they followed Florence + the Machine so I paid little attention because I was still in awe from that performance.

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