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Lola Young has released a new video for 'Pick Me Up', a song about love and the loss of it

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Published: 4:51 pm, March 18, 2020
Lola Young has released a new video for 'Pick Me Up', a song about love and the loss of it

Lola Young has released a new video for 'Pick Me Up'.

The song's taken from her upcoming EP 'Renaissance', due out 21st April via Island Records.

“Pick me up is about love and the loss of it," she explains. "It’s also meant to be a song about having anger towards someone but still wanting them regardless of how much they’ve let you down and not metaphorically picked you back up.

"The writing process of this was super fun, I wrote to a beat that my friends made (Conor and Will/Manuka) and it felt super special. My upcoming EP is based around love, and longing and being a young girl living in south London falling in and out of love. Its a 3 track EP that will hopefully take people on a short but meaningful journey."

Check it out below, and catch Lola at Latitude, Truck and more.

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