Today, Love You Later – the project of Nashville-based singer and songwriter Lexi Aviles – reveals “Long Sleeves,” the final single from her upcoming EP, ‘From The Window Seat,’ releasing next Friday, May 5th.
One of the more mellow tracks on the EP, “Long Sleeves” is an achingly introspective song that wades through the muddy waters of love and loss. “‘Long Sleeves’ is about falling in and out of love to the point where you don’t know what’s real anymore,” Lexi says. “It’s an emotional rollercoaster that only seems to escalate up until the end where all control and hope feels lost. It’s one of the more brutally honest tracks on the EP and feels really close to me.”
Pairing electric melodies and honest lyrics with shimmery guitar riffs and euphoric synths, Love You Later’s music will make you feel like you’re in a dream. At just 24-years-old, she has already amassed over 8 million streams across her discography and has seen support from tastemakers like MTV, Ones To Watch and UPROXX. In addition to her fast-growing online buzz, she has also performed with acts like OneRepublic, Dayglow, Briston Maroney, and joan, and sold out a headlining show at Nashville legendary EXIT/IN.
“Long Sleeves” will join past singles like “Keepintouch,” “Are You Gonna Care When I Die?” and “Girl With Headphones” on Love You Later’s forthcoming ‘From The Window Seat’ EP, out May 5th.