“Nox”, the new and warm single from Lyzzh

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A piece that will lead you to confront unwanted emotions.

How difficult it is not to idealize, but how important it is not to do so. A phrase that many of us identify with but that only Lyzzh could reflect in his new song “Nox”a mixture of Afro-Caribbean rhythms that surround the deep and powerful lyrics, generating a contrast of emotions, that when listening to it you will not know whether to suffer it or better start dancing.

To write ‘Nox’ I remembered every time I have felt sad due to a loss and, instead of confronting my emotions, I went out partying to avoid them; looking for distraction since the emptiness when night came and I was alone at home was unbearable. It is clear to me that no matter how dark the night is, the sun always rises,” says Lyzzh.

After the success of his single “The Eternal Return”, Lyzzh search in “Nox” the consolidation of his career as a soloist and the beginning of the Dionysian of his album, since his previous releases have touched on more transcendental themes.

The cover of “Nox” It is a mix between the interpretation of Lyzzh of the goddess Romana NOX and someone who cries in the midst of the pomposity of a night out.

The Colombian singer and songwriter plans to continue releasing songs by 2024, pieces that will result in the full launch of her album, whose name is not yet known, but which we are sure will be a hit. So follow Lyzzh on their social networks so you don’t miss any details and while we leave you the video of “Nox”remember that you can also download it on the digital platform of your choice.

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