Lauv, ‘Stranger’ — Single Review ★★★★★

Words: George Millington | August 5, 2022

‘Stranger’ by Lauv — Single Rating: 5/5 ★★★★★

Lauv, the pop singer from California who has just released his latest single, titled ‘Stranger’, is firing on all cylinders! The song is from his newest album, ‘All 4 Nothing’. It is now available on all of the leading digital streaming platforms.

‘Stranger’ is one of those songs that has instant mainstream appeal. In addition, it possesses all the necessary components to make its way to the top of the chart, and it hits particularly hard with the predominant textural patterns. Regarding his delivery, Lauv doesn’t hold anything back, and he storms through the industry doors with a self-assurance that’s obvious from the moment you encounter him for the first time. As a result, he’s inspiring a new generation of pop admirers!

The song starts with a throbbing synth loop that swirls around the speakers in the background. Lauv then rises with an unforgettable vocal performance. He performs with vitality and draws us into his universe with a quality that sticks out for all the most acceptable reasons possible.

The narrative is passionate, and it pierces the heartstrings. Moreover, Laux explores what it’s like to be an anxious person while falling in love and the plethora of feelings accompanying this experience. Because it is an honest reflection of the thoughts that Lauv has had, many people will be able to connect with the thought-provoking narrative he presents.

You can take a listen to ‘Stranger’ by Lauv below. Also, be sure to let us know your thoughts on this new release by commenting beneath this article. As always, we love to hear your feedback. So, do you think this is one of the best new releases from Lauv? Also, what is your favourite track on his new album?

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Originally published at https://www.gsgmedia.co on August 5, 2022.

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