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Love You Later Releases New Single, “Keepintouch”

Artwork Credited to Reagan Renfrow.

Nashville based singer-songwriter, Lexi Aviles, releases new single, “Keepintouch” under project Love You Later.

Co-written with fellow Nashville-based songwriters, Bre Kennedy and Kyle Dreaden.

Love You Later is bringing all the alt-pop vibes with this release.

“Keepintouch” sees Love You Later confronting her discomfort with being alone and her journey towards finding peace in learning to like her own company.

Shouldn’t we all find peace in our own company?

Love You Later is a solo alt-pop project, and the music makes you feel like you’re in a dream.

Over the past few years, the 23-year-old artist has opened up for OneRepublic, Dayglow and Briston Maroney. Last year she even sold out Nashville’s EXIT/IN.

This is just the beginning for Love You Later.

My boyfriend had just left for tour a few weeks prior and my friends were all starting to date people – of course, I wanted to be happy for the people I loved, but in all honesty it was really hard. I almost felt this sense of disconnection from myself like I had forgotten how to be alone. We finally came up with the concept for the song once I came to this strange realization – I felt more connected to myself when I had other people around me, but I knew that I really needed to learn to be alone again in order to truly feel connected with myself. And I also wanted to express the fear of losing the people I loved in the process. It’s pretty much summed up in the tag of the song: I’m losing touch with everyone else / trying to keep in touch with myself.

Photo Credited to @pixelgash.

Connect with Love You Later below, and stream “Keepintouch”!

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